History department revamps 9th and 10th grade curriculum
While attending a People of Color Conference (POCC) last year, Upper School History Department Chair Dr. Amy Bresie ‘96 Ph.DRead more.
Grading the triangle: Why athletics should (or should not) receive a letter grade
Students, teachers and administrators weigh in on assigning letter grades to athletes A sophomore takes five core academic classes andRead more.
A Global Perspective: An exploration of the Global Online Academy at Greenhill
History of GOA at Greenhill Students enrolled in Upper School Science teacher Dr. Treavor Kendall’s Medical Problem Solving Global OnlineRead more.
Greenhill re-examines offensive language policy
At Greenhill, not everything is clear. When it comes to addressing behavioral conduct, there’s a lot of gray area. ThisRead more.
A Star-Spangled Controversy: Exploring the National Anthem Debate at Greenhill
Assistant Head of School Tom Perryman’s voice echoed across Brinkmann Field before the start of Greenhill’s home football game onRead more.
The many faces of Texas
In 1835 after losing his congressional election in Tennessee, Davy Crockett told his fellow politicians, “You may all go toRead more.