Our annual HAS Club Fair was a huge success! During this event, students listened to presentations about each club and then they got to choose which club or clubs they would like to join. Students have a wide variety of different clubs to participate in and learn from throughout the 2019-2020 school year. There are academic clubs, such as World Scholars, Model United Nations, and even robotics. Then there are the sports clubs including basketball, Ultimate Frisbee, and for th
Have you ever traveled to another country for a competition with your classmates and friends? I will tell you all about what happened to us during the World Scholar’s Cup Global Round in Sydney, Australia. The competition was from August 15th to August 21st. It was all a wonderful journey, although the airplanes we took were all economy class. World Scholar’s Cup is a team academic competition. You compete on a team of three and win individual medals (I won a few myself). Aft
Dear HAS Parents: On Monday, September 2, the school will have its first after-school advising session of the year for all 5th-12th grade students. Unless excused, all of these students are required to attend from 15:10-16:30. This is an important part of our school program and allows us to track both student academic progress and extra-curricular participation. Advising takes place once a month. The following are the dates scheduled for 1st semester: September 2 October 7 No
On August 15th-20th, six students alongside with Ms. Keller travelled to Sydney, Australia to participate in the World Scholar’s Cup Sydney Global Round. The team won 6 Gold Medals, 8 Silver Medals, and 1 Da Vinchi Medal. The senior team is qualified to participate in the Tournament of Champions in New England in November. Excellent job HASpacas!
Kelly Loo: Silver in Social Studies, Silver in Science, Silver in Debate, and Gold in Top School Scholar