Justice Hill is the 2021 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Belford V. Lawson Oratorical Contest Winner.
"Winning the National Belford V. Lawson Oratorical Contest was truly a Blessing. I feel honored to have been able to represent the Alpha Eta Chapter and the Midwestern Region at the Alpha Phi Alpha General Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana for the Oratorical Contest.
I am a firm believer in the phrase, “The sky is not the limit, it’s only the beginning. Lift Off!” This phrase was... Read More
"Ever since I was a little kid, I always knew my mom was special. Today, the Governor of South Carolina gave my mom the recognition she so rightly deserves. The Order of the Palmetto, the state’s highest civilian honor, was presented to her. Thank you for being such a wonderful example. This state is a better place because you’re in it!" - Peyton Bryant '06
Through her senior exhibition research, Carter Seibels '98 ultimately chose to study glass blowing, took a class from a local artist, and began producing unique glass beads that could be sold to people who were interested in crafts and homemade goods.
Fast forward a few years, and Seibels found herself attending college, where she continued to hone in on her skills and interest in making jewelry and designing glass beads. What started as a class project and a fun hobby soon became a budding... Read More
Greenville attorney Michael W. Rabb’s '10 motivation for his recent SC Lawyer article is rooted in recent events. His inspiration stems from a recent American Bar Association interpretation of Good Samaritan statutes, which highlights how the COVID-19 pandemic may bring more relevancy to the statutes than ever before. Read More...
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
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..
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