Hampton Academy & Winnacunnet High School Alumni Association
65th Anniversary, Historic Souvenir Booklet, 1972

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W.H.S. school rings, first ordered by the Class of 1961, feature a blue stone (a school color, along with white) and two insignia. The insignia on one side consists of the head of an Indian Warrior with the initials of the four towns in the School District and stately pine trees for “Winnacunnet — the beautiful place of the pines.” On the other side is a quartered shield with representations of the four branches of knowledge available at the school (science, humanities, etc.) in the quadrants.

This huge white-on-blue felt banner, gift of the Class of 1960, now hangs in the school library.

School flag which is carried by the marching band.

Library bookplate designed by Leo Ryan,
W.H.S. Guidance Director, 1958.

All hail to Winnacunnet
We sing your praises high,
We are so very proud
But it’s hard to say just why
There’s knowledge we have found here
With joy and happiness,
And we know in all the years to come
That it shall never rest.
We work together,
Play together,
Always in Unity,
So again we hail thee Winnacunnet
Pledging Loyalty.
(words by Shannon M. Kinney ’65;
as printed in the “Sachem,” 1968)