Harpeth Hall COVID-19 Information
|Individuals in quarantine and isolation as of 3:30 p.m. 10/8/2021|
|Isolated with a confirmed positive COVID-19 case||2|
|Quarantined due to known exposure to a positive COVID-19 case||0|
|Percent of individuals vaccinated as of 3:30 p.m. 10/8/2021|
|Teaching faculty and staff||95.6%|
|Vaccine-eligible students (ages 12+)||87%|
Harpeth Hall COVID-19 Q&As
What we outline in our COVID-19 guidelines and FAQ responses applies to the beginning of the 2021-2022 school year. The answers are based on the most recent information regarding the virus and are subject to change as the pandemic evolves.
COVID-19 testing at Harpeth Hall is available by appointment only on school days from 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. in the nurse's office located on the second floor of the Middle School building. Testing is available for students and family members living in the same household. Make an appointment here.
- Does Harpeth Hall require the vaccine for students and faculty?
- How does natural immunity work and how long do the antibodies remain for kids who were previously infected by COVID and recovered? Are they protected without masks and vaccines?
- If my student is vaccinated, should I let the school know?
- Will the girls be back inside the dining hall for lunch?
- What will Sage dining look like this year? What will be the options for food? Will it be more expansive than last year?
- Will students be able to use their lockers and locker rooms this year?
- What will assemblies look like? Will the entire student body gather together?