The Middle School English Department's goals are to enable our students to read, write, and speak well. We seek to enhance critical thinking through reading, writing, and class discussion.
Middle School Academics (5-8)
With the guidance of a caring and dedicated faculty, middle school students develop the skills needed for success in the classroom. The focus of every class is to challenge and provide support to our students. Through this intentional balance, our students strengthen their self-esteem and confidence and become well equipped to tackle the challenges of upper school and beyond.
The Harpeth Hall School's Middle School Leadership Development program is designed to help each student realize and embrace her leadership potential.
Harpeth Hall Middle School receives recognition for excellence in STEM.
Middle School students' creative writing is highlighted in the annual publication Intersections.
Several Harpeth Hall Middle School students received recognition in the EngineerGirl essay competition.
Every Harpeth Hall student joins one of four Spirit Clubs to celebrate Honeybear fun!
Explore our Curriculum
Middle School mathematics stresses performance in the basic operations using natural through real numbers and proficiency in working with percentages, fractions and decimals.
The middle school science program is designed to encourage wonder, teach scientific skills, and facilitate experiment-based inquiry and the engineering design process.
The Harpeth Hall School's Middle School Leadership Development program is designed to help each student realize and embrace her leadership potential. The program is built around 10 leadership attributes.
The Middle School at Harpeth Hall offers an exciting opportunity for seventh and eighth graders. The SEEK (Scholars Engaged in Extending Knowledge) Scholarship Program was established to provide a student enrolled in the seventh or eighth grade with a means to pursue independent study in an area of her choice.
The Middle School language curriculum seeks to offer a variety of language experiences for fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students. Students begin their foreign language study in the fifth grade and continue in the sixth grade with a conversation-based program in Chinese, French or Spanish.