Upper School Trips

  Highlights:  Nicaragua – Visit a volcano and an original coffee farm. Africa – Either going to be in Senegal or Ghana….homestays in villages and there are giraffes in this part of Africa.… Continue reading

The HB Community Weighs In on the Gun Control Debate

One of the most controversial issues in politics currently is gun control. In the wake of recent shootings across the country, a range of opinions has been voiced about what role the government… Continue reading

HB students declare most memorable senior pranks of 2013

Senior prank day: a day on which seniors can run free, open our doors while we exit our cars in the circle, make parking an even more arduous task than it already is,… Continue reading

Dreams Come True: Becoming a Collegiate Athlete

                  As a young kid and even now, watching college sports always makes people excited. Whether it be a game between rivals such as Ohio State… Continue reading

Spectacular Strnads: A Closer Look at a Few of HB Seniors’ Projects in Creativity

GATEWAY, A NOVEL BY KATY EVERETT Passion, hard work and a lot of typing. This basically sums up the project Katy Everett has chosen to tackle for her Strnad. Her novel, titled Gateway,… Continue reading

Summer @ HB

Summer for HB girls means relaxing, tanning, and sleeping, right? Wrong! In the summertime, HB is filled with activity, from the three year olds at HBBH to Upper School students taking summer classes.… Continue reading

Senior Projects

Senior projects at HB can be a unique opportunity to have new opportunities as a graduating senior. Every senior has some type of responsibility in May. While some may be completing theses, Strands,… Continue reading

Inked Q&A with Brady Furlich

Inked is a writing competition held here at HB, and is run entirely by students! It was the brainchild of Brady Furlich and Bridget Babcox, who cooperated with many faculty advisors of the… Continue reading

Farewell Teachers

Dear Ms. Mann, Mr. Verbos, Mr. Dubow, and Mr. Henry,  As the school year comes to a close, we are being forced to face the reality that we are losing some of our… Continue reading

Non-Required Summer Reading List

   One thing summer is great for is that there is finally time to crack open a book, dive in, and read for hours. To help those who have trouble finding the perfect… Continue reading