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Softball and baseball teams "strikeout" for cancer

Varsity softball player Tori Moran '19 has organized a season-long fundraiser "Strikeouts for Cancer" to benefit local girl battling leukemia
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2018 Winter Term Dean's List students announced

Congratulations to the 106 students who achieved Dean's List distinction for the winter term!
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Hill's own Ellen O. Nelson to offer interactive, labryinth exhibit in the Boyer Gallery

Phototropic, an installation by artist and Senior Master of the Arts Ellen O. Nelson, will be exhibited in the Boyer Gallery from May 7- 15, 2018. An opening reception will be held May 10 from 6-8 p.m. A gallery talk and tour event will be held on Tuesday, May 15 at 7 p.m. These events are free and open to the public.
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Second Pottstown Investors’ Conference to Advance Ongoing Economic Development in the Borough

April 20 event to share success stories, boost Borough-wide revitalization 
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Hill welcomes artist-in-residence John Butler, M.D.'85

John E. Butler, M.D., Hill School class of 1985, medical doctor, and accomplished artist, is serving as an artist-in-residence for Hill's visual arts classes from April 10-13, 2018.
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Linh (Alice) Nguyen '18 earns national distinction in 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program

National Gold Medal in the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program for her personal essay, Delta.
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Hill School Student Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist

David Park ’18 has been named a National Merit finalist, representing less than one percent of all high school seniors in the United States
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Boyer Gallery Exhibit: Pennsylvania Made of Steel

Pennsylvania Made of Steel features paintings by the late Klaus Grutzka, former Hill School instructor of the arts, and steel sculptures by Karen Delaney, David Haines, and Katee Boyle. An opening reception will be held in the Gallery on Friday, March 23 from 7-9 p.m. The exhibit runs through May 4, 2018.
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Winter All-League Teams Announced

Seventeen Hill student-athletes were recognized for their outstanding play during the winter 2017-2018 season with selection to their respective sport's all-league team. 
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Mid-Atlantic Boarding Schools Call for Meaningful Change to End Gun Violence

Read a statement from the heads of the six schools comprising the Mid-Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) and Six Mid-Atlantic Boarding Schools (SMABS). 
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Boys' Basketball Wins PAISAA Championship

The Hill utilized a 17-3 third quarter run to turn a close game into a comfortable victory, clinching the second Independent School State Championship in program history. 
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Eight Hill Students Qualify for DECA International Career Development Conference

Thirty-seven Hill School students competed in the 2018 PA DECA State Career Development Conference. Eight students will compete at the ICDC in Atlanta, Ga. April 21-24.
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Richard Wang '19 Qualifies for PA State Debate Tournament

Richard  took first place in “Humorous Interpretation” at the District 15 State qualifying tournament. He will join Nethmin Liyanage '20 in representing Hill at the state level.
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The Rev. Khristi Adams Appointed Hill’s Next Firestone Endowment Chaplain

The Rev. Adams will succeed the Rev. Dr. John Houghton, Dean of the Alumni Chapel, upon his retirement in June.
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Hill Raises Curtain on Two New Arts Department Appointments

School to welcome new Director of the Center For The Arts, and Adjunct Dance Instructor for the 2018-19 academic year.
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Teams Conclude Winter Season in Championship Events

Personal best performances and new school records highlight the final weekend of the winter athletics regular season; boys' basketball and four wrestlers advance in post-season play. 
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Girls' Ice Hockey Team Crowned WIHLMA Champions

Sami Shoebottom '18 scored late in regulation to lift the girls' ice hockey team to a 2-1 victory and the first WIHLMA championship in program history. 
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Ellis Theatre Guild to Perform the Musical Pippin

Performances of Pippin will be held Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24 at 7:15 p.m. and Sunday, February 25 at 2 p.m. They are free and open to the public. An exhibit of artwork created by students during the winter term of Afternoon Arts will be on display in the Lobby during all performances.
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Hill Students Raise $5,250 to Benefit Four Diamonds at Mini-THON

Students enjoyed a night of fun on campus while supporting the fight against childhood cancer. 
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Watch the MAPL Basketball Tournament Online

Games will be streamed on the new and improved MAPL website.
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