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Tuition on the Rise
In six years, Greenhill’s tuition has risen $8,225. Greenhill administration has acknowledged this rapid increase in tuition as a problem
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Peanut Politics: Nut-aware vs. Nut-free
Greenhill has long made an effort to accommodate for and protect students with nut allergies. No school lunches or school-provided
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The formula for success
What once began as a small group of students that met in the 300 pod three times a week, has
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The cube craze
The typical fourth grade homeroom consists of students running around, talking with their friend and reading. Despite these hectic surroundings,
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Real world applications: A look inside Greenhill’s Mathematical Decision Making class
The white board is filled with mathematical computations and equations. The team of three, seniors Allie Frymire, Rishi Vas and
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Senior discovers two stars in summer research
Mr. Farley Ferrante, a Southern Methodist University (SMU) professor and an advisor for the Astrophysics QuarkNet program, announced to the
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A look beyond Hornet Road: Evaluating Greenhill’s ability to prepare students for college
A college preparatory school is supposed to prepare its students with the tools necessary to succeed when they matriculate. But
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Ryan Kline ’11 helps expand Mark Cuban’s businesses in China
In the fall of 2003, a small fifth grade boy marched up to Corbin Doyle, Middle School and Upper School
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California dreamin’: Head of Upper School Laura Ross to leave Greenhill to become Head of Upper School at Harvard-Westlake School
In the fall of 2012, with her husband and two small children in tow, Laura Ross stepped onto the Greenhill
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Sexism is a problem in debate, female debaters say
Despite the success of Greenhill Debate, female debaters often leave the program. According to class rosters, there are currently only
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The many faces of Texas
In 1835 after losing his congressional election in Tennessee, Davy Crockett told his fellow politicians, “You may all go to
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Smarter Bites, smarter lives
After what seems like hours in the classroom, the bell rings and students are off to lunch. Kids eagerly wait
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Fresh face, fresh cars: fourth grader starts car washing business
Fourth grader Zachary Moskowitz’s has a love for cars and for cleaning things. From the age of seven, Zachary has
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Half a century on the Hill: Assistant Head of School Tom Perryman shares his experiences at Greenhill
When Tom Perryman ‘81 began his education at Greenhill, Lyndon B. Johnson was president and the Vietnam War was in
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Bring in the Boys: Examining the gender makeup of the Parents’ Association
The Greenhill Parents’ Association (P.A.) has historically been an organization dominated by female leadership with few active male members. However,
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Cooking up the first Dallas Zoo Science Cafe
Freshman Ronak Dhingra is a scientist. He has always been fascinated by science. He grew up loving it, loves it
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Keeping up with Kindness
Inviting somebody new to sit with you at lunch. Smiling at somebody that you don’t know. Helping your parents carry
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Behind the resume: An inside look into the hiring (and firing) of Greenhill faculty
A polished resumé, glowing letters of recommendation, a demonstrated interest in an area of study, and a deep passion for
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Damascus to Dallas: A local look at the Syrian refugee crisis
Examining the refugee crisis in Dallas According to the Fort Worth Tribune, 338 Syrian refugees have been relocated to the Dallas-Fort
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Code Green: The Evergreen examines code switching in the Upper School
Can I say this in class without sounding like an outcast? I said it at home and I was fine,
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New Faculty Members Join the Hill
The Evergreen’s Introduction to Journalism class randomly selected a couple of new faculty members to profile, scroll down to learn more
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Math teacher Legend retires after 31 years on the Hill
Story by Varun Gupta and Catherine Leffert Barbara Currier, Upper School Math teacher and Greenhill Legend, retires after dedicating 31
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Farewell to Ms. Hill-Agnus
Eve Hill-Agnus, the current Evergreen advisor, is departing this year to become the Lead Dining Critic for D Magazine. Ms.
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Addendum to Matriculation 2015
Dear Advisory Letters Read on for letters from each senior advisor to their respective advisees. Once you’ve looked at the
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