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WINTERIM  2021


Reimagined for 2021, Winterim holds true to its promise to develop wonder in learning, independence of thought, honor in action, and joy in the community. The premier program provides Harpeth Hall students the very best in experiential learning and creates the chance to see their academic studies take a tangible, dynamic form.
 
Freshmen and sophomores take part in project-oriented courses on campus offered by our exceptional faculty and professionals from around the country. This year, students will explore the field of genetic engineering, design prosthetics for use in medical applications, contemplate gender roles in history and literature, discuss racial diversity in Latin America, and study everything from Beyonce's Feminism to French Fashion Houses.
 
Our juniors and seniors will take part in professional internships, independent study, and three weeks of immersive experiences across Nashville featuring college-level inspired seminars and deep exploration of topics that will best develop our next generation of young leaders.
 
This hallmark Harpeth Hall program has been designed for an unforgettable experience in an unimaginable year.
 
 
 

Student Blog Series

I am interning in the Fan Experience/Marketing office at University of Tennessee, and I'm getting to see and help with "behind-the-scenes" of what goes into a D1 sporting event. I'm even getting to work basketball games!

— Miller '22

Media Gallery

A student learns how to shape a mold in her Winterim class Technology and Techniques For Prosthetic Design.

Harpeth Hall Business and Entrepreneurship students enjoy the sun downtown outside of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center during the first week of Winterim

Students look through microscopes in Marine Science.

Students work together to build a project in Designing Women.

Alli '21 works on her independent study project.

A student in Origami And The Mathematics Behind It displays her work.

A student works on a project in Cursive and Calligraphy: The Lost Art of Beautiful Writing.

A student works on a project in Bookbinding 101.

A student works on a project in Bookbinding 101.

A student works on a project in Cursive and Calligraphy: The Lost Art of Beautiful Writing.

Ms. Sevits is ready to teach Origami And The Mathematics Behind It!

Students learn about the assortment of games that would have been commonly played in this area in the 1800s at Historic Traveller’s Rest.

Students engage with a speaker virtually in Fast Fashion Alternatives.

Mr. Chappell teaches Beyonce’s Feminism: Pop Music, Race, Gender And Feminist Theory.

Students look through microscopes in Marine Science.

It's All Greek to Me Class

Hannah '22 at Friends of Warner Parks! 

 

Students learn how to shape a mold in their Winterim class Technology and Techniques For Prosthetic Design.

For Winterim this year, I was lucky enough to secure an independent internship with King Pen Music, a publishing and artist development company in Nashville. I have had a blast so far, and I’ve already learned so much about the music business in my first week. My host has been gracious enough to show me her process and give me helpful information to further my knowledge about publishing, songwriting, and the music industry in general. As this is my first year being able to go off campus for Winterim, I expected it to be exciting and different, but it has exceeded that already in the best way possible. I am so grateful to have been given so much independence and freedom to explore my interests during Winterim, and I know I can speak for many in saying that Winterim is one of the very best parts of being at Harpeth Hall.

 — Hadley '22

Winterim Faculty Spotlights

Jennifer Perry

Jerard White

MarQuis Chappell


 

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