Who We Are and What We Value: HB navigates the tricky terrain of today’s hyper-competitive environment by putting students at the center of all we do

Authored by Hathaway Brown Head of School Dr. Fran Bisselle In recent months, HB educators and administrators have engaged in important and meaningful conversations about who we are and what we value as an institution. We’ve also welcomed a number of professionals to HB who have shared their perspectives with us.  We were enlightened by… Read More Who We Are and What We Value: HB navigates the tricky terrain of today’s hyper-competitive environment by putting students at the center of all we do

Transitioning to the Infant & Toddler Center

Authored by Sara Barresi, ITC Teacher and Assistant to the ITC Director  Starting your little one in a childcare program can be a big transition for the entire family. But remember, you’ve done the research, toured our facility, and met your child’s teachers. Take a breath and rest easy. Need reassuring? Hathaway Brown School’s Infant… Read More Transitioning to the Infant & Toddler Center

Trail Maintainers: Unsung Heroes

Authored by Center for Sustainability student Michelle Dong ’20 Vedha Muvva (r) and I are two seniors pursuing the Sustainability Fellow designation. One of the requirements is to participate in 25 hours of off-campus experiences related to sustainability. We recently volunteered for the Adopt-a-Trail program at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP), which is a… Read More Trail Maintainers: Unsung Heroes

Meet Arianne Thomas, the next Director of the Aspire Program of Hathaway Brown School

Authored by Camille Lipford Seals ’02, Director of the Aspire Program of Hathaway Brown and the Center for Multicultural Affairs. Camille is headed to Agnes Irwin School in Philadelphia where she will assume the role of Assistant Head for Academic Programs and Inclusive Excellence. I am pleased to pass the torch of Aspire leadership to… Read More Meet Arianne Thomas, the next Director of the Aspire Program of Hathaway Brown School

Librarian for the Day: Josie Bullock ’26

Middle School reading recommendations from Josie Bullock ’26 “Tuesdays At The Castle” by Jessica Day George was a fun, magical book filled with a moving castle, wizards, assassins, and royalty. When the princess Celie’s mother and father go on a journey to see Celie’s brother graduate from wizard school, they are attached on the way back home. Celie has two… Read More Librarian for the Day: Josie Bullock ’26