For the Birds: Restoration, Exploration, and Creative Play in Nature of Early Childhood Learners

Imagine a place on campus dedicated to helping our youngest learners cultivate their innate sense of wonder about the natural world. A place where they can watch the ferns come up in the spring and the birds return as the days grow warmer. A place where they can root under leaf litter and dig in the… Read More For the Birds: Restoration, Exploration, and Creative Play in Nature of Early Childhood Learners

Girls Pitch In at GROW’s Annual Benefit, Awarding $18K in Grants

Members of Hathaway Brown’s GROW Foundation are often asked: “If you had $1,000 to donate to the cause of your choice, where would you donate it and why?” This line of question was front and center at GROW’s annual benefit on May 24. “Girls Pitch In” featured a live pitch by three GROW grantees that focus… Read More Girls Pitch In at GROW’s Annual Benefit, Awarding $18K in Grants

#HathChat: Meet Jamie Morse – Upper School Art, Art History, Photography Teacher

(CONVERSATIONS) A native New Englander, Jamie Morse has made Cleveland his home most of his adult life. A parent of two HB alums (Julia ’99 and Betsy ’03), Morse has been teaching at HB since 1983. He is the Upper School’s Visual Arts Department Chair and Art, Art History and Photography Teacher, and he was previously was Upper School Dean of Students from 1996 through 2009. He loves teaching and takes great pride in the impact he has made on students over the years at HB, always encouraging individual growth in his students, artistically and academically.… Read More #HathChat: Meet Jamie Morse – Upper School Art, Art History, Photography Teacher