A lifelong dancer, Lauryn Fudala '21 returned to the dance studio for personalized instruction with her Hill teacher and owner of Visions Dance Company Laura Cobbs during H Term.
Bella Basile '21 is getting first-hand experience in the world of international affairs and policy with an internship in the Department of Eurasia Policy and Research.
Benji Wang '23 teaches and cares for Kindergarten children with physical and intellectual disabilities at the Syin-Lu Social Wellfare Foundation in Tau Yuan County, Taiwan.
As a former professional athlete and coach, Hill School Instructor of History Kevin Tkachuk has always had an interest in the connections between learning in the classroom and on the playing field. He wanted to dive deeper into this topic, which led him to create the H Term course, Philosophy and Science of Elite Performance.
With the support of Hobart's Run, Taylor Folk '22 designed the concept of the Pottstown Time Bank to give back to her community and help those who have hardships as a result COVID-19.
Brian McTear '91 teams up with his former teacher, Senior Master of the Arts and Director of Instrumental Music Margie Neiswender P’22 ’23, to teach "Music Production Workshop."
Will Lesko '22 trains at NXT Lacrosse throughout the year to improve his lacrosse game. For H Term, he is developing new skills as an intern with the organization.
Nine students wrote, directed, and produced original short plays on topics that were important to them.
In Mrs. Courtney Neese's H Term course #GetWellWorld, students learn the importance of taking action and making an impact in the lives of others.
Lauren Yingling '21 illustrates the children's book, Puddles Barkley and the Great Race, which is written by her mom about their new dog, Puddles Barkley.
Alex Stielau '24 is spending her days during H Term working with the children and teachers at Saint Aloysius Parish School in Pottstown.
Friendly debates in the Dining Room and their love of sports inspire Tyler Chenevert '22, Graham Eilberg '22, Will Biggs '22, and Aidan Neiswender '22 to create a podcast for their H Term project.
The course taught by the Rev. Anne Confer Martens ’02, the Rev. Khristi Adams, and Dr. Katherine Erickson explores the world’s religions with the hope of reaching a deeper understanding of views about death, rituals around grief and mourning, ways of remembering the dead, and wisdom about how to live.
Isabelle DiCampello '24 hones her skills as a catcher and assists coaches at Jet's Softball Academy in Pottstown.
Claire Hartemink '21 initially was going to take on an independent study, but when she learned Mrs. Donna Eilberg, assistant dean of students, wanted to offer a cooking course, the two joined together to cook up the Recipes for Life class.
Senior Master of Arts Ellen Nelson P’10 ’13 and Athey Master of the Arts Diane Richards P’21 ’23 created a course to help students increase their understanding of what Protest Art is, its history, and some of the various issues surrounding social inequality and injustice.
MoniYah Person-Henderson '23 and Jheanelle Robinson '23 manage their specialty bundle box business and pursue individual projects during Hill's H Term.
Atticus Short '24 obtains internship at VideoRay LLC, a Pottstown-based company that specializes in underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV’s)
Yoon Soo Lim P'17 '18 inspires her students to commit to ideas and ways that empowers them to be agents of change.
Pierce Hart '23 worked with his dad's construction company, learning new skills and forming a stronger connection between father and son.