The 46th year of Winterim at Harpeth Hall has begun for Upper School students! Winterim is one of the hallmarks of Harpeth Hall's innovative curriculum. For three weeks in January, Upper School students step outside of their traditional class schedule and participate in experiential learning. Freshman and Sophomores enroll in a variety of on-campus courses designed to encourage students to try something new and develop skills they might not otherwise discover during the traditional school year. Class examples include Fencing, Songwriting for Guitar, Women and Finance, Holocaust in Modern World, Improv, African Drumming, and many other engaging topics and activities. Learn more here.
Our Juniors and Seniors have all arrived to their new surroundings for the next three weeks as they forge their own paths while engaging in internships, academic travel, international exchanges, and independent study. Harpeth Hall interns are working in the following locations: New York City (19), Washington D.C. (14), Nashville (70), Australia (4), Uganda (22 girls pictured above), Independent internships and study (15). Our academic travel locations include: Britain (14), Chile (18), French Exchange (2), Taiwan (14), and Belfast (4).
Fencing with Mr. Piraino
Women & Finance with Mrs. Grow and Mrs. Waud
Students in Belfast, Ireland
Students heading off to NYC
Students in French Exchange