This past weekend, members of the Greenhill Debate Team qualified for a spot at the National Debate & Speech Tournament after competing at the Lone Star District Tournament, which is considered one of the most competitive in the country.
This past weekend, four Middle School students participated in the 2017 North Texas Chinese Speech Contest held at The University of Texas at Dallas and organized by the North Texas Chinese Culture Promotion Association (NTCCPA).
Greenhill School is delighted to welcome David Yarnold (@david_yarnold), President and CEO of the National Audubon Society on April 20, 2017 to speak to all students in prekindergarten through twelfth grade.
This past weekend, 29 Greenhill Upper School students traveled to Sandra Day O'Conner High School in San Antonio for the 2017 Texas State Junior Classical League Convention and came away with an overall outstanding performance.
This past weekend, 41 Greenhill Middle School students competed at the Texas State Junior Classical League (TSJCL) Convention at Sandra Day O'Conner High School in San Antonio and came away with a second-place trophy.
Congratulations to Greenhill's literary magazine, Montage, for receiving a gold medalist critique and a Silver Crown Award. The Crown Awards were announced on Friday, March 17 at the annual CSPA Convention at Columbia University in New York.
For the ninth consecutive year, Upper School students from Greenhill's Advanced Video Production class led all schools from across the state of Texas in submissions accepted by the annual South by Southwest (SxSW) Festival in Austin.
Greenhill Teacher to Lead Workshop at LINKS Day Event Greenhill Primer teacher Tracey Pugh will be speaking at the African-American Legislative Summit, hosted by the Legislative Black Caucus, on Monday in Austin.
Greenhill junior Alice Zhang earned first-place honors at the 2017 Baylor/Waco Piano Competition in the Senior Division to go along with third-place accolades at the 2017 Dallas Symphonic Festival Competition this past weekend.
Scholars were selected based on their leadership growth potential and the strength of their personal leadership projects aimed at improving the civic or social good by addressing a problem or need in a community, profession, or organization.
Greenhill seniors Max Mendelsohn and Rheagan Smith each signed a National Letter of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level during a Signing Day Ceremony on Wednesday in Rose Hall.