Midterms commence next week. And while the task of studying and successfully testing everything you’ve learned thus far this school year can feel overwhelming, be reminded that You’ve Got This! Here are four mindful tips from Rebecca Biggar, Upper School Counselor and Director of the Center for Leadership and Well Being to help you thrive… Read More Mindfulness during midterms
Authored by Muna Agwa ‘23 As Middle School student council president, I am given the everyday Hathaway Brown School experience along with the special opportunity to be a leader in my vast community. HB has given me the opportunity to not only learn, but experience our school year’s theme, The Power of YOU in Community.… Read More The Power of YOU in Community
Authored by Kaela Ryan ’19 This past summer I was lucky enough to be a Bank of America Student Leader. I worked a seven-week internship at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank and went on a weeklong summit to Washington D.C. with other Bank of America Student Leaders. As an intern at the Food Bank, I worked… Read More Summer as a Student Leader
Today, the Hathaway Brown Blazers have athletic practice along with cross country, golf and tennis matches as temperatures reach 90 degrees for the second consecutive day. When it comes to extreme weather conditions, members of the athletic department take every precaution. The wind factor, heat index and temperature of the tennis field and turf field,… Read More HB Athletes in the Blazing Heat
As a girls’ school with a 142-year history of educating and empowering young women, Hathaway Brown is proud to celebrate Women’s History Month. Every day this March, we’ll be sharing content related to our own school history and we’ll be celebrating the voices of women in the HB community and beyond. New material will be… Read More Upper School Photography: Strong Women 2018
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
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
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
Happy Black History Month! Visit the library to check out our display of books written by and about some amazing black authors, poets, activists, politicians, and historical figures. This corresponding Black History Month reading list was created by Crystal Zhao ’18 in collaboration with the Upper School Library.
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!