Objects from the Archives
Pins and Rings
Clockwise from the top: a ski team badge, ca. 1970; a 1961 class ring; and a Northampton School bracelet charm, date unknown.
Relive the Yearbooks
They were the best of times…Relive the fashions, hairstyles, and hijinks of your high school years. Remember favorite faculty and winning teams. See who lived up to their senior superlatives and marvel at the path you’ve taken since you graduated.
From the Archives
Archivist and Librarian Rick Teller ‘70 shares the history behind the traditions and the stories behind the people and places that contribute to the story of the Williston Northampton School.
For seniors, placing a class plaque on the fence is an honored end-of-the-year tradition, connecting classes across the years
To gain admission in 1879, a prospective student had to know the latitude and longitude of Boston, Rome, and Bejing, and many other curious questions of days gone by.
The first dorm built on the “new” campus back in 1916, Ford has been home to generations of students—as well as countless traditions and epic pranks.
Ask the Archivist: Do you have a question about Williston history? Or, do you have memorabilia that might be of interest for the Archives? If so, please contact school archivist Rick Teller ’70.