Women’s History Month: Inspired Songwriting

Contributing writer Laura Webster ’91 Primary and Upper School Music Teacher.  Hathaway Brown School’s songwriting class is open to all students with knowledge of music theory and who play a harmonic instrument such as piano, guitar or ukulele. Students in the class meet for a full year to learn the basics of songwriting: melody, harmony,… Read More Women’s History Month: Inspired Songwriting

Women’s History Month Reading List: Upper School

Contributed by Asiyih Modarai, Director of Library Services at Hathaway Brown School. Happy Women’s History Month! We are celebrating all month long at Hathaway Brown School and online here on our blog, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Visit the library to check out our display of books written by and about some amazing women. This… Read More Women’s History Month Reading List: Upper School

Women’s History Month Reading List: Primary School

Contributed by Kristen Zajac, Primary School Librarian at Hathaway Brown School. Happy Women’s History Month! We are celebrating all month long at Hathaway Brown School and online here on our blog, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Visit the library to check out our display of books written by and about some amazing women. This corresponding… Read More Women’s History Month Reading List: Primary School

Hathaway Brown’s Broad Horizons Camp is Turning 40!

HB’s flagship summer program is celebrating this important milestone with an all-new five-day option and fun events for campers all summer long. by Siva Grossman, HBBH director Since 1978, students across Northeast Ohio have been spending their summers learning and growing together at Hathaway Brown Broad Horizons camp. And while I haven’t been part of… Read More Hathaway Brown’s Broad Horizons Camp is Turning 40!

Sugar and spice? Puppy dog tails? Revisiting gender roles

By Jane Brown, director of Early Childhood at Hathaway Brown School Being a politically correct parent of two little girls in the mid-1980’s, I was mightily influenced by the theory that innate differences in how children play are simply the result of societal expectations. We were told as parents (and taught as educators) that boys and… Read More Sugar and spice? Puppy dog tails? Revisiting gender roles

Rising HB fifth-grader Dixon Hill reflects on meeting a Notable Woman: former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

At the close of last school year, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs featured the 66th U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, as the keynote presenter and honoree at the Global Impact Awards ceremony at the Cleveland Clinic. There was a brief Q&A period following Dr. Rice’s talk, during which moderator Ronn Richard, president and… Read More Rising HB fifth-grader Dixon Hill reflects on meeting a Notable Woman: former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

Looking Up to Cleveland: Three HB students learn to see the city in new ways

Hathaway Brown Upper Schoolers Audrey Beyer ’19, Sophie Sacks ’18, and Halle Wasser ’18 joined a cohort of 60 students from across Northeast Ohio this summer in an immersive weeklong program dedicated to teaching young people how they can make a difference in the current and future trajectory of the region where they live. These… Read More Looking Up to Cleveland: Three HB students learn to see the city in new ways