The latest issue of The Compass includes a look at Tilton’s most recent graduating class, how we are honoring the history of the Charles E. Tilton Mansion, as well as a letter on love 40 years in the making.
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Michael Landroche P’02 reflects on the past 40 years he has spent teaching at Tilton, and explores the many ways he prepares for the upcoming academic year.
See the complete Commencement video, photo gallery, and more from this year’s graduating class!
More than 200 alumni and their families gathered together on the Hill to celebrate this year’s Alumni Weekend – the first in-person event of its kind since 2019.
Tracey Dorr ’80 grew up feeling she “carried the burden of trying to hear”, until her path led her to Tilton, and onwards to activism for the Hard of Hearing community.
New campus updates, record-breaking campaigns, and all new programming put the 2021-22 academic year in a league of its own.
How do some of Tilton’s most celebrated athletes find themselves transported from the starting line, to center stage? Read more to find out!
As transformations continue to take shape at the Charles E. Tilton Mansion, hear more about how we are honoring the history of the building as renovations move forward.
When students are away, the pets come out to play! Which campus pets earned themselves a class suPAWlative at the end of the year?
Ahnay Adams ’24 is the latest New Hampshire prep basketball player to gain top Division I attention, as well a spot on the ESPN Top 50 list.
As we enter into another exciting academic year, and celebrate the inspiring progress we have made across campus projects, there is no more perfect time to express our deep gratitude to the many alumni, parents, and friends of Tilton who have made an impact over the past year.
Click to view the fiscal year 2022 Donor Roll.