Lawrence Academy At Groton - Traditions - Mountain Day

  • Mountain Day is a tradition held every year in the fall, when the entire school is bused up to Mount Monadnock in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. Students and faculty hike up the mountain's two-mile long trails. The class with the most students arriving at the top is recognized and receives some form of prize for their participation. Although no classes are held on Mountain Day, sports are required that afternoon.

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