Join us Saturday, November 14th at Old Overton Country Club in Liberty Park for a fabulous dinner, cocktails, dancing and auction!
Congratulations to all the 1-8th-grade students for displaying and discussing their scientific discoveries today. Special shout out to Rachel Roberts, who won first place in the competition area as she’s headed to UAB now. Also a big shout out to our other students that placed: Em, Hopper and Grayson.
For Giving Tuesday, HMS is currently hosting a Go Fund Me Page to raise needed funds for the Cindi Stehr Scholarship Fund. For more information or to make a donation, visit: https://www.gofundme.com/f/the-cindi-stehr-scholarship-fund?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet
Every year, many parents ask about what small tokens of appreciation their child can give to his/her teacher during the busy holiday season. This is never an obligation or a requirement and the teachers always feel awkward about writing down their wishes or likes/dislikes but with so many teachers having different allergies, dietary requirements or interests, we do put together … Read More
Hilltop is excited to host our upcoming “Lunch and Learn” with Dr. Chung! Come by for lunch with us on Friday, November 15th at 11:00, have a free lunch from the kitchen and listen to Dr. Chung answer all your burning questions about childhood allergies and asthma. Does Hilltop honey REALLY help your child’s allergies or is it your imagination? … Read More
We are officially a CoCoRaHS School! CoCoRaHS stands for Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network, and is a citizen science project conducted all over the country. The data collected from the rain gauge each day is entered into a database that can be seen all over the US!CoCoRaHS Headquarters#citizenscience
One of our strategic initiatives at HMS is to fully prepare our middle school students for high school. As Montessori kids, we know that they will be confident, independent and strong academically but we also want them to be successful socially. Part of this transition involves getting experience on campus at local high schools. So far this year, our students … Read More