Please join us for our 3rd Annual Certificate of Excellence/Diploma of Distinction Presentations on April 24th and 25th, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm in Prep's KNS Media Center. Please RSVP to Mrs. Tina Webb –Browning at email@example.com or call her directly at 843-715-8581 by April 20, 2018.
Tuesday, April 24
Caylin Campis & Shannon Hegarty
Certificate of Excellence in Performing Arts
Helping Children Find Their Voices Through Musical Theater
Diploma of Distinction in Literature & Education
Rethinking Reading Strategies in Teaching Literature
Diploma of Distinction in Education
Best Practices and Benefits of Teaching and Learning Chess
Wednesday, April 25
Certificate of Excellence in Music
Producing and Recording My Original EP
Diploma of Distinction in Social Justice
Girls! Girls! Girls!: A Look into Modern Feminism
Certificate of Excellence in Marketing and Political Science
How Trump's Marketing Strategies Reshaped American Presidential Campaign Techniques
Diploma of Distinction in Psychology
Exploring the Link between Behavioral Psychology and Cognitive Learning: How Your Personality Type Dictates Far More than Your Social Tendencies
Seven outstanding Hilton Head Prep athletes will be officially signing contracts to play sports at the college level next year.
Lindsay Zimmermann, Tennis- Georgetown
Alan Smith, Golf-Charleston Southern
Charlotte Covington, Soccer-Sewanee
Deanna Confessore, Golf- Palm Beach Atlantic
Divya Sharma, Tennis-Washington University, St. Louis
Mikus Ming, Golf – Tennessee State
Aidan McCloskey, Golf – High Point
WHO: Hilton Head Preparatory School
WHAT: Athletic signings
WHEN: Wednesday, April 18th at 9:45 am
WHERE: Joseph B. Fraser, Jr. Field House on Hilton Head Prep campus
Sea Pines Plantation
8 Fox Grape Road
Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
Three Hilton Head Preparatory School upper school students came home with honors after competing with approximately 400 others on Wednesday, March 14 and Thursday, March 15 at the 2018 Sea Island Regional Science Fair.
Hilton Head Preparatory School Grand Award winners are:
- Abby Freed, Engineering, Grade 11 – 1st Place (Competitor) - Title: Engineering a Composite Pointe Shoe
- Rachel Stratton, Chemistry, Grade 10 –1st Place (Competitor) – Title: Testing Water Baby Bottles for BPA and BPS using HPLC
- Lucas Tomita, Zoology, Grade 11 – 1st Place (Competitor) – Title: Identifying Bacteria Commonly Found in the Oral Cavities of Local Shark Populations in Order to Determine Their Antibiotic Sensitivity
Grand Award winners at the high school level will travel to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
May 13-19, 2018 for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, where more than $4 million in prize awards is expected to draw approximately 1,700 student competitors from around the world.
Upper School Awards:
3rd Place, Grade 9 – Mia Calamari & Bailey Sullivan – Is Your Face Really Clean?
2nd Place, Grade 11 – Olivia Light & Holland Traver – Saturated Fats In Oils
1st Place, Grade 9 – Isabelle Tomita – Going Green – Evaluating How Different Amounts of Fertilizer Effect Algal Fuel Production
2nd Place, Grade 10 – Scout Yokley – The Effects of Runoff on Daphnia Magna
Special Award, Grade 11 – Sarah Griz – How Organic Versus Inorganic Fertilizers Affect Different Aquatic Environments
Special Award, Grade 11 – Healey Lucier – Creating the Perfect Storm Shelter
Honorable Mention, Grade 9 – Paul Carrabba & Bradbury Kiser – Meatball Mayhem
2nd Place, Grade 10 – Brittany Hanna & Jordan Lalli – Effects of the Four Main Food Groups on Aspirin Digestion
Middle School Awards:
Honorable Mention, Grade 7 – Peyton DeMaria – The Effect of Aquatic Plants on the Nitrate Level in the Water
1st Place, Grade 6 – Elizabeth Eisinger – The Effect of Caffeine on Mung Bean Plant Growth
Congratulations to Prep senior Allessandra Reuben who has been awarded the Presidential Scholarship at the University of Southern California. The Presidential Scholarship is a half-tuition scholarship awarded based on academic excellence, leadership, service, and talent. An interview is required for scholarship finalists as part of the Explore USC programs offered in late February and early March. Only 200 of these scholarships are awarded each year.
Senior Showcase 2018! Opening Reception on Monday, March 19th from 5-7 pm!
Take a sneak peek into some of the summer camps and programs that Hilton Head Prep will be offering this summer! Be sure to check back frequently as more camps and programs will be added along with additional details. Registration details will be available around that time as well.
Hilton Head Prep Summer Day Camp
May 29 - July 27
Animal Care Camp
June 4-8 & July 16-20
American Sign Language Camp
Rick Sofield Baseball Camp
Rick Sofield Hitting Camp
Jr Dolphin Football Camp
Strength & Conditioning
May 29 - July 27
Tormenta Soccer Academy Half & Full Day Camps
Yo Yo Camp
HILTON HEAD IS., SC -- Hilton Head Preparatory School will continue their 2017-2018 season with an all-school performance of Victor Hugo's "Les Misérables". "Les Misérables" is based on Hugo's landmark novel about social change and political revolution in 19th century France and runs at the Hilton Head Preparatory School Main Street Theatre February 21-25, 2018.
Hilton Head Prep's second show of the 2017-2018 season is truly an all school production. "One of the aspects I like best about our production is that it is a school wide endeavor. Students from lower, middle and upper school as well as faculty – and even some parents – will be involved," says Prep's director, Peggy Trecker White. With a cast of over 50 including nine faculty members and four Prep parents, it truly mirrors the family atmosphere that Prep instills on a daily basis within the community. Trecker White even double cast several of the lead roles due to the enormous – and talented – audition turn-out. "In order to see all of the versions, you will definitely need to see it more than once!," says Trecker White.
Trecker White chose "Les Misérables" because of its popularity and its large cast to accommodate all the interest on campus in Prep's performing arts program. The show will feature some veteran actors as well as newcomers working together to present one of the greatest musicals of all time. "Les Misérables" has won over 100 international awards and has been seen by over 65 million people worldwide. Working with the "School Edition" of this production means that Trecker White can bring this smash-hit musical to Prep students.
"Les Misérables" details the trials of France's lower class and exemplifies the triumph of the human spirit. Its uplifting message of hope, its grad epic tale and glorious music has made it the longest running musical of all time. The sung-through pop opera overflows with melodies that are already standards including "On My Own", "One Day More", "Stars" and "Do You Hear The People Sing?".
Seniors Caylin Campis, Kacy Jones and Shannon Hegarty are once again featured in lead roles and are joined by senior newcomers Keira Wojcikiewicz and Tate Wilkinson. Underclassmen in other lead roles include Keegan Crotty, Frank Milbourn, Justin Stone, Trey Middleton, Luke Herman, Rachel Stratton, Harper Hedden, Isabella Klinect, and Sammy Middleton. Dozens of lower and middle school students will complete the ensemble.
Performances are February 21-25 at the Hilton Head Preparatory School Main Street Theatre, Wednesday - Saturday at 7:30 pm, and matinees on Saturday and Sunday at 2 pm. For tickets and information, visit www.hhprep.org or call 843-715-8510. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the door.
Calling all middle schoolers! Please join us on Friday, April 27th from 7:00 - 9:30 pm for our Middle School Dance!
2018 Junior/Senior Prom Information!
Join us for a Volunteer Description Meeting on Tuesday, May 1st at 8:15am in the Dolphin Dining Hall.