Christopher Metzger '12 is a research associate for the Project on Prosperity and Development (PPD) at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), in Washington DC and most recently was the lead organizer of the 2019 Global Development Forum. Read More
Peyton Bryant '06 is recognized as one of The State's Newspaper 20 Under 40 Class of 2019.
Peyton Bryant '06 is a Senior Broker and Principal at NAI Columbia. He has been named one of this year's 20 Under 40 . He is involved in the Columbia community in a variety of ways and is a member of the Heathwood Alumni council. Read the full article here.
1x1 Design provides architecture, interior design and planning services for a range of residential and commercial clients, focusing on innovative design. Recently, two projects received design recognition by the Columbia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Columbia).
The Interior and Exterior Renovations at The Bakery at BullStreet was given a Citation Award in Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse/Renovation. The Bakery was first constructed in 1900 as part of the South... Read More
Jennifer Gray '01 is a Partner with Bloom Hergott Diemer Rosenthal LaViolette Feldman Schenkman & Goodman in Los Angeles, CA. She has been named one of the next generations Hollywood's Rising Executives 35 and Under. Jennifer represents a fellow Alum, Manish Dayal (Patel) '01, star in The Resident as well as many other rising talents.
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Madelyn Smith '09 was recognized in the Midlandsbiz newsletter announcing her new dual role as Home Works Operations Officer and Health Works Director. She will be working in partnership with Palmetto Health to facilitate home repairs linked to health factors and oversee day to day ministry efforts throughout the state.
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Heathwood graduate, Catherine Savoca '15, was featured in The Columns, Washington and Lee's Magazine. The Columns ran an interview with Catherine highlighting her work exploring the real estate development industry this summer as a sales and marketing intern in Lisbon, Portugal.
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Kudos to alumna Samantha Gaton, ’18, whose Senior Exhibition paper on child trafficking has been accepted for publication by Freedom Café at the University of New Hampshire. She also presented her Senior Exhibition research at the Youth Summit on Child Trafficking Conference this summer.
On May 26, 2017, Heathwood Hall held its 40th Commencement ceremony at Trinity Cathedral and welcomed the Class of 2017 to the ranks of our alumni.
The members of the Class of 2017 will long be remembered at Heathwood for their accomplishments in the classroom, on our playing fields, in the fine arts, and more. As Head of School Chris Hinchey put it in his Commencement remarks to the graduates, "I can tell you with certainty that you have left an imprint on us. I am saddened to see you go... Read More
Sanchit Kapur, ’11, just graduated from college in 2016 but has already built an impressive career in financial services. In addition to earning a B.S. in Economics and a minor in Political Science from the University of South Carolina’s Honors College, Sanchit completed internships in investment analysis and investment banking. Now he’s a Financial Services Consultant in Charlotte.
Here Sanchit talks about how his time at Heathwood helped him discover his vocation and develop the work ethic... Read More
Like mother, like son … the Draffins are making a family tradition out of coming through for Heathwood in the clutch.
Twenty-five years ago, as a sophomore on the Heathwood Girls Varsity Basketball team, Katherine Juk Draffin (’94) got fouled shooting a 3-pointer against Ashley Hall. The game was almost over and the Highlanders were down by three, so the three free throws Katherine was awarded were obviously going to be decisive: make all three and the game would likely go to overtime; miss... Read More