Category Archives: History

A message from the high school

Friends and Benefactors: We, the Fundraising Leadership Board of IHM High School, have a request for you. We are trying to raise money for a history field trip (possibly to Washington DC!). We have been raising money and putting on multiple fund raisers, but we’re still a long way from our target. Would you be […]

2012 Graduation – Cecilia’s Speech

Cecilia Bryan, our graduating class of 2012, gave a very unique and moving graduation speech. Brother Andre Marie already posted it on Catholicism.org so please click here or on the image above to read it.

End of the Year Performance 2010-2011

At the End of the Year Performance (this year on June 12), every class puts on a little demonstration of what they learned during the past year. Hopefully you can see how much fun we had from the pictures!

March 25 – The Biggest Day in World History

March 25 is the feast of the Annunciation, when Almighty God sent Saint Gabriel to ask Our Lady if she would be the Mother of God (and she said yes!). The Center follows an old tradition that March 25 is also the sixth day of Creation (the Creation of Adam) and the Redemption (Good Friday […]

TMC’s Way of Beauty

Mr. David Clayton, the artist in residence at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, is hosting a weekly half-hour program, The Way of Beauty,  on Boston’s Catholic TV. The shows are available for viewing on-line at www.catholictv.com. (The only disappointment is that the viewing box is compressed vertically, throwing off some of the proportions.) Mr. […]

IHM Student Wins Lions Club Award

Stephen Bryan won both the District and State Awards for fifth grade in the recent Lions Club Patriotic Essay Contest. The essay judges commented on his “creative originality.” Mrs. Nancy Nye, a past District Governor of the NH Lions Club Youth Services, presented Stephen’s medal, plaque, and $100 check at the IHM graduation ceremony on […]

John Peter McCann – Class of 2010

[John is the youngest of ten. In his speech he will tell you about his educational struggles -- but his perseverance paid off during his senior year. Not only was he no longer "at the bottom of the class," he made Honor Roll twice (and Honorable Mention in this year's final average) -- with a […]

Rose Marie Doucette – Class of 2010

[Rose is the second oldest of eight children. She is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars and a recipient of a partial college scholarship from the Knights of Columbus. She missed graduating "cum laude" by only two points -- her cumulative GPA being 86.5 (3.3). Congratulations, Rose!] Good Afternoon: Brother Andre, […]

End of the Year Schedule

We have lots of exciting events coming up as the school year comes to a close. Here are the events open to the public (just remember the monastery dress code): Sunday, June 13 – Graduation (every one is welcome to come and see Rose and John’s Commencement) Time: 1:15/1:30 (for about an hour) Place: Saint […]

Letter to President Obama – On Education

February 17, 2010 Dear Mr. President, Thank you very much for reading this letter. I respect the fact that you take your time to read the letters of concerned persons and give them some thought. The education provided by public school is a subject that has been on my mind, and I think it needs […]