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Posted on Friday, December 4, 2020
Heathwood Hall senior Ronnie Porter has been named Mr. Richland County Football Player of the Year. The award caps off a stellar season in which Ronnie rushed for more than 1600 yards, scored 15 touchdowns, and had 98 tackles and seven sacks. “Ronnie is an outstanding football player but an even better person,” said Heathwood coach Danny Lewis. “He means so much to our Heathwood Hall football program and our community. I’m tickled to death for him and I’m excited to watch what the next phase... Read More
Posted on Friday, November 13, 2020
Heathwood is proud to be the 2020 recipient of the South Carolina Independent Schools Association’s Charles A. Beach Volunteer of the Year Award. In the words of SCISA President Dr. Spencer Jordan, Heathwood “has a volunteer spirit like none other. From using their facilities for our association’s Cross Country State Championships and Basketball Tournament Playoffs to Student Government retreats and All Star Games, this school exemplifies volunteerism in every aspect of their existence.  The... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Heathwood's Les Savants chapter of the National Honor Society has welcomed 21 new members. Two seniors and 19 juniors have been tapped for NHS membership. The new members are: Kayla Barnes Dasha Caughman Addie-Grace Cook Robert Golden Henry Haywood Morgan Iseman Janae Johnson John McCants Brooklyn Moore William Morris London Patel Pete Peterson Alexander Roberts M Roney Ryan Shelley Ellie Singerling Christina Smith Savannah Smith Caroline Tinch Austin Tuller Hagood Tighe... Read More
Posted on Monday, October 19, 2020
  Alum Marty Fort '93, Columbia music school director patents invention to motivate music students. The Invention has been patented and being used worldwide. Read More  
Posted on Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Seven Heathwood alumni are among the 40 young writers from across the state featured in the South Carolina Honors College's new anthology Writing South Carolina: Selections from the 5th Annual High School Writing Contest. The Highlanders whose work was published in the anthology are Christina Altman, Genevieve Altman, Marie Charlotte Dememtriades, Justice Hill, Melina Manos, Athraya Murali, and Alyce Petit, all members of the Class of 2018. All the essays in the anthology address the... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, September 22, 2020
  Averaging 20.5 points, 8.5 rebounds and two blocks per game, Wilson led the Aces to an 18-4 record, and the No. 1 seed. As a result, she ran away with MVP, falling four votes shy of winning the award unanimously.  Read More..
Posted on Friday, September 18, 2020
  Congratulations to alumna Emily Harrold '08 for winning a Southeast Emmy Award for her documentary on Bakari Sellers, While I Breathe, I Hope.  Click here to read more and find out how to watch.
Posted on Friday, September 11, 2020
This year looks different at Heathwood in some notable ways. But in many ways it's also felt similar to every other year at Heathwood: students who are enthusiastic about learning and educators who are passionate about teaching coming together for substantive and meaningful experiences both in the classroom and beyond. Since pandemic safety guidelines prevent us from opening our campus to visitors as fully as we normally would, we created this video to give both current and prospective... Read More
Posted on Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Jack Cook, Charlotte Hughes, Serena Parmar, and Nico Adamo have all been named 2020 National Merit Semifinalists.  Jack, Charlotte, and Serena are all seniors this year, while Nico finished up his graduation requirements early and matriculated at Cal Tech earlier this fall.  Students earn National Merit recognition by achieving exceptionally high scores on the PSAT in their junior year. Among some 1.5 million students taking the PSAT each year, the top 16,000 are named National Merit... Read More
Posted on Thursday, September 3, 2020
Last week Inc. Magazine published their annual list of the fastest growing companies in the country. TerraStride, was 624th on the list for the United States and 4th overall in the state of South Carolina. TerraStride achieved a 751% growth in revenue from 2016 to 2019, is the fastest growing software company in the state of South Carolina to be listed by Inc. Magazine, and the 6th fastest growing software company in the SC, NC, and GA market. Read More.  

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