Today, the National Merit Scholarship program announced that nine Greenhill Seniors have received the distinct honor of qualifying as Semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Former Greenhill student Bennett Eckert '16 captured the Lincoln Douglas national championship crown at the National Speech & Debate Association's Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah, to cap off his incredible debate career.
As we open the new school year and celebrate our 67th Founders’ Day next week, I am delighted to share that over the course of the summer, we received two significant gifts that have propelled us to the conclusion of the Building Community Campaign. With these wonderful gifts, we have surpassed the $52.5 million goal by raising an extraordinary $54.5 million from our community!
Greenhill School’s campus buzzed this morning as approximately 1293 students flooded campus for the 2016-2017 school year. Students and teachers, new and returning, welcomed each other with smiles and hugs.
Greenhill rising junior Ariana Luterman was named the U.S. Army/Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence winner, which was announced this past weekend at a luncheon at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Event Center in Canton, Ohio.
Rising seniors Priya Agrawal and Shivani Daftary concluded their summer internship with the STARS (Science Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern) summer program at UT Southwestern Medical Center and presented the work to a group of researchers and fellow interns this past weekend.
Greenhill senior Bennett Eckert concluded his incredible debate career with a Lincoln Douglas national championship title at the National Speech and Debate Association's (NSDA) Championships in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Rising eighth-grader Lane Herbert knows a lot about bees. She first started learning about beekeeping as a project with her father, when they learned how to build a beehive, study flowers, plant seeds, and maintain a bee garden.
Greenhill’s renowned Summer on the Hill program is introducing a series of inaugural performing arts camps, many of which will use the brand new state-of-the-art resources of the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center.
The Greenhill fourth grade class won the state title in a national recycling contest: the Great American Can Roundup School Challenge. The class won the Aluminum Can Challenge for Texas and finished ninth overall among all schools in the country. Students collected and recycled 34,720 pounds of aluminum cans.
Greenhill sophomore Ariana Luterman was selected as one of 20 high school athlete finalists for the U.S. Army/Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence, which highlights the achievements of student-athletes across the country.
This past weekend, 10 Greenhill Upper School students traveled to Atascocita High School in Houston for the Texas State Junior Classical League Convention and came away with an overall impressive performance.
This past weekend, Greenhill Middle School students competed in the Good Shepherd Middle School Spanish Competition and came away with outstanding results, including 27 Superior honors in a variety of events.
On Saturday, April 2, 2016, Greenhill Upper School/Middle School students, faculty, and parents are invited to attend the inaugural TEDxGreenhillSchool event in the Marshall Family Performing Arts Center.
Greenhill junior Nate Eazor along with his partner, Chase Wood, have advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles action at the 2016 BMW of Dallas Irving Tennis Classic held at Four Seasons Resort and Club.
Seven Greenhill Upper School students currently have their visual art showcased at the Young American Talent and Exhibition, which is sponsored by Booker T. Washington School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and hosted by El Centro College.
Greenhill sophomore Ariana Luterman has been honored by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism, as one of Texas' top two youth volunteers of 2016.
For the seventh consecutive year, Upper School students from Greenhill's Advanced Video Production class led all schools from across the state in submissions accepted by the annual South by Southwest (SxSW) Festival in Austin.
This past Saturday, eight Greenhill Upper School students competed at the 2016 Texas State Junior Classical League (TSJCL) Area C Convention, and many have advanced to the State Convention set for last April in Houston.
The Greenhill boys and girls athletics programs concluded the 2015-16 SPC Winter Championships with two third-place showings, two fifth-place finishes and a pair of swimming champions this past weekend in Houston.
Greenhill Photography students received tremendous praise and honors at the 29th Annual Fort Worth Country Day Black/White Contest, which is a regional contest open to high school students from across the Metroplex area.
On Sunday, February 7, 2016 Greenhill School celebrated the inauguration of the new Marshall Family Performing Arts Center with an all-community open house featuring musical performances by Preschool, Lower School and Middle School students and student and faculty artwork.