H Term

H Term is a six-week program that allows students to explore selected topics through classroom instruction, group discussion, guest speakers, independent projects, and internships. Discover how Hill School students and faculty are spending their H Term by reading the stories below. Visit often, as we'll continue to add profiles!
Students See Art Through Different Lens in Art Activism Course

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.

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Students Explore the Topic of Elite Performance in All Aspects of Life

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.

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H Term Course: Death, Life, and the Afterlife

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.  

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