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Boys Bowling Team Wins Opening Match

The boys Highlander bowling team got off to a good start today with a 9 to 7 win over Cardinal Newman.  The top 8 bowlers from each team were paired and played 2 games getting a point for each win. James Lucas, Duffy Beal, and Rox Pollard won both their games.  Xander Postic had the

Savoca Sisters Continue “What A Racket” Clinic Project in Virginia

Heathwood Hall has maintained a tradition of developing young people who become quality members of society, and stewards of their community.  Students are encouraged to partake in service projects, often developing their own based on their ideas for bolstering different facets of their environments.  The ideas often make a profound difference during their years in

2018 Soccer Preseason Meeting

All prospective Highlander soccer players (Grades 6-12) are invited to participate in Winter preseason workouts, beginning on November 6th at 3:30PM.  Athletes participating in a HHES Winter sport are excused from all preseason workouts until their season concludes.  Preseason workouts will be held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, with players all players meeting in the

Maryah Nasir to Sign With South Carolina on November 8th

Heathwood Hall senior runner Maryah Nasir will sign her National Letter of Intent with the University of South Carolina on Wednesday, October 8th, at 12:45PM in the Heathwood Hall Dining Commons. Nasir concluded her stellar Cross Country career with her 3rd SCISA AAA State Individual title last weekend, her sixth consecutive title of the 2017 season. 

Highlander CC Runners Shine During SCISA State Championship Meet

On a gorgeous Saturday morning on the Heathwood course, the Highlander Cross Country teams were joined by SCISA’s best for the 2017 SCISA State Championship meet! Both of the Highlander teams ran outstanding races, as the Girls team claimed a 5th place finish, while the Boys collected a 3rd place finish, just behind region rivals

Jaelen King Named 2017 Carolina Panthers Community Captain

Senior student-athlete Jaelen King has been named as a 2017 Carolina Panthers Community Captain! The Carolina Panthers Community Captain program presented by Guy Roofing recognizes 10 outstanding high school student-athletes in North and South Carolina each fall who excel in their sport, in the classroom and in their community. The Panthers encourage their future development