Campus Life
April 10 - 16, 2022

Tuesday evening seated dinners followed by Sixth Form and Faculty Coffee in the Class of 1971 Garden have returned for the spring term. The special tradition sees sixth formers and faculty members enjoying coffee, tea, and other refreshments while chatting against the backdrop of a beautiful Pottstown sunset. It's a perfect time for students to talk with their teachers in a casual environment outside of the classroom, and it also provides some great opportunities for students to reminisce about their years at The Hill as graduation approaches.

That same evening, Students Advocating for Mental Health (SAMH) welcomed Ashley Bendiksen to speak about cultivating strong mental health and healthy relationships. Despite being homeless, a college dropout, and a victim of dating abuse, she rose to achieve extraordinary success and is now an acclaimed expert in mental health, resilience, healthy relationships, and leadership development. Thank you, Ashley, for sharing your story and expertise with us!

Students departed on Thursday afternoon for a long holiday weekend. Classes will resume on Tuesday, April 19. 

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