|Institute Inspires Girls To Pursue STEM Fields|
On a Monday morning at the beginning of June, when most high school students on break are sleeping in or going on vacation, a group of girls are designing their own projects in Harpeth Hall’s Design Den. From using fire to bend PVC pipe to printing their designs on the 3-D printer, these girls are trying it all.
|Class of 2015 Ready to take on the World|
“The class of 2015 is a force to be reckoned with, containing within it 96 unique, intelligent, headstrong, unapologetic girls -- a sisterhood bonded by the gift of our education, ready to take on the world. We have sharpened our intelligence and fine-tuned our wit, and we are preparing to storm into battle.” These are the words of Graduation Speaker Leah Portis who began her remarks by reciting a poem written by her great-grandmother, Dorothy Cate Frist, on the occasion of her graduation from Ward-Belmont in 1930.
|Honor Day Celebrates 8th Graders|
Eighty-nine eighth-graders successfully completed the Daugh W. Smith Middle School program at Harpeth Hall and were recognized at Honor Day on May 25, in the Frances Bond Davis Theatre. Honor Day began in 1969 to recognize Harpeth Hall’s first eighth-grade class.
|Step Singing: A Cherished Tradition|
The ringing of the brass bell that hangs beside Souby Hall signaled the procession of the 64th Step Singing ceremony on May 24, in the Ann Teaff Quadrangle on Souby Lawn.
|Students Honored at Awards Assemblies|
Each spring, Harpeth Hall recognizes outstanding students in academics, arts, and athletics during the Athletic Banquets, the Middle School Awards Assembly, and the Upper School Awards Day. Congratulations to the following students:
|REUNION 2015 Rocked!|
REUNION Weekend was as beautiful as it has ever been! We had close to 400 alumnae returning to their alma mater to reconnect, remember, and just have FUN! Stay tuned for the link to ALL of the Reunion photos.
|College Enrollment for Class of 2015|
The Class of 2015 received offers of admission to 122 colleges and universities and will enroll at 50 different colleges and universities in 21 states plus Washington, D.C. Senior will attend:
|Senior Receives Recognition for Volunteer Work|
Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts congratulates Harpeth Hall senior Sara Puryear and Iyonia Boyce, 14, of Memphis on being named Tennessee's top two youth volunteers for 2015 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.