|19 Inducted into Cum Laude|
Nineteen students were inducted into the Harpeth Hall Chapter of the Cum Laude Society on March 9 at an all-school assembly. The Harpeth Hall Cum Laude Society received its charter in 1973. The primary purpose of the Society has been to recognize scholastic achievement of students while simultaneously striving to encourage qualities of excellence, justice and honor. Click here
to view the video from the assembly.
|Sophie Pilkinton Receives High School Female Athlete Award|
Senior Sophie Pilkinton received the Nashville Sports Council Female Athlete Award. Each year the Nashville Sports Council hosts the Pepsi Celebration of Champions, which recognizes the most accomplished amateur and professional athletes in the Nashville area. Sophie was honored for her achievements in swimming and track & field.
|Students’ Writing Garners Top Awards|
When asked recently what independent school leaders need to do to prepare students for college, a panel of current and past college presidents said, “Send us students who write well.” At Harpeth Hall, having to write across the disciplines has ensured college readiness for our young alumnae who comment every year about how skilled they are in writing for college classes.
|Join Us for Alumnae Art Exhibit|
Don't miss this wonderful exhibit that will be on display through April 1 in both the Marnie Sheridan Gallery and the Patton Visual Arts Building. Fifty-five artists from across the U.S. will be participating this year. There are 96 works of art being exhibited including oil, pastel, mixed media, jewelry, print, photography, acrylic, watercolor, monotype, wood, and needlepoint. The majority of the art on display is available for purchase! Gallery hours are Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Contact Gallery Director Doris Wasserman with questions. (Please note that Harpeth Hall is closed for Spring Break from March 13 through March 22)
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|Senior Chosen One of State's Top Volunteers|
Sara Puryear '15 was named one of Tennessee’s two top youth volunteers of 2015 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Sara started a program to encourage young people around Tennessee to collect toys, clothing, and other gifts for patients in Monroe Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.
|ROCK STAR alumna Jacqueline Saturn '86|
Alumnae Jacqueline Saturn '86 shows how some strong women can have it all. The married mom of two young daughters is the general manager of Harvest Records a subsidiary of Capitol Records Music Group. According to an article on Celebrity Access, for Saturn, career and family go hand-in-hand. Read more about Jacqueline and her career in the music industry.
|Inspiring Internship in Nepal|
Caroline Hawkins ’12 worked in a cafeteria in Kathmandu, dishing up hearty servings of dal bhat, a lentils and rice dish, to a long line of about 500 neighborhood children living in the slums along the banks of the Baghwati River.