Middle School students simulate colonial living in America as part of history curriculum

By Contributing Writer Janine Sekulich, Fifth Grade History Teacher During our colonial days unit, the students were given the opportunity to  simulate daily activities common during the colonial America era. Through the unit, the girls learned the history of daily life, geography, government, religion, and economy in the colonial regions and were able to gain… Read More Middle School students simulate colonial living in America as part of history curriculum

HB: Hatching Brilliance at Hathaway Brown

This blog post was derived from a paper from Belkin’s junior English class unit on persuasive writing. One of the major requirements of the piece was to speak directly to an authentic audience, and Olivia Belkin ’18 chose to write to potential HB families and share why our environment has the potential to make a lasting impact on young women. Read on for Olivia’s story.… Read More HB: Hatching Brilliance at Hathaway Brown

Hathaway Brown School hosts the 2016 Young Choreographers’ Brown Bag Workshop Series

Hathaway Brown School is proud to host the 2016 Young Choreographers’ Brown Bag Workshop Series. The event series, presented by HB’s Department of Dance, is free and open to all high school and college-aged dance students. Students are invited to bring a lunch for a midday Q&A with each of the guest artists. Space is… Read More Hathaway Brown School hosts the 2016 Young Choreographers’ Brown Bag Workshop Series

#HathChat: Meet Brittany Tarver ’06, Wellness Teacher at HB

Welcome to #HathChat: In this new blog series, we’re featuring a Q&A with a different member of the Hathaway Brown faculty and staff. Bookmark hb.edu/blog for a new HathChat every other week!  This week, meet Brittany Tarver ’06, upper school wellness teacher at HB! As a Hathaway Brown alumna from the class of 2006, Brittany Tarver is back at HB… Read More #HathChat: Meet Brittany Tarver ’06, Wellness Teacher at HB

Fourteen members of the HB Class of 2017 named National Merit Semifinalists

Fourteen Hathaway Brown seniors have been chosen as 62nd annual National Merit Semifinalists for their high scores on the preliminary SAT. Only one percent of high school seniors across the country are part of this prestigious list. The 16,000 semifinalists may advance as Finalists and compete for 7,500 National Merit Scholarships, worth more than $33… Read More Fourteen members of the HB Class of 2017 named National Merit Semifinalists

National Read a Book Day: Spotlight on HB Alumnae Authors

While moving into her Head of School office, Dr. Fran Bisselle requested copies of Hathaway Brown alumnae-written books for her library and has since proudly displayed them near her desk (as pictured at right). In honor of National Read a Book Day today, we are sharing a list of those works here on the HBlog. Take a look… Read More National Read a Book Day: Spotlight on HB Alumnae Authors

#BuddyWalkCLE: HB Middle Schoolers Kick Off School Year with the 16th Annual Buddy Walk

The Hathaway Brown Middle School kicked off its year-long partnership with The Up Side of Downs bright and early last weekend by volunteering at their 16th annual Buddy Walk, which took place at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on Saturday, August 27, 2016. An enthusiastic group of thirty Middle School students and parents distributed t-shirts, directed… Read More #BuddyWalkCLE: HB Middle Schoolers Kick Off School Year with the 16th Annual Buddy Walk

The Osborne Writing Center Will Host Nine Visiting Writers at HB

The Osborne Writing Center at Hathaway Brown School is proud to welcome nine talented visiting writers in the coming months. These poets, novelists, journalists, and essayists will be sharing their work and interacting with Upper School students in a variety of venues. Some programs will be open to HB parents and the larger community as… Read More The Osborne Writing Center Will Host Nine Visiting Writers at HB