Hilton Head Preparatory School will continue their 2018-2019 season with an all-school performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat". JOSEPH is a thrilling musical adventure that follows the Biblical story of Joseph and his famous coat, the favorite son blessed with prophetic dreams, on his journey to Egypt after being sold into slavery by his brothers. He rises to become advisor to the Pharoah and eventually reunites with his family in forgiveness. The audience will enjoy an engaging, crazy quilt of musical styles, from country-western to calypso and bubble gum pop to rock 'n' roll. The show runs at the Hilton Head Preparatory School Main Street Theatre February 13-17, 2019.
Hilton Head Prep's second show of the 2018-2019 season is once again an all school production. "We had great success last year with Les Miserables with an all age cast including faculty, staff and parents. It is definitely something everyone wanted to do again," says Prep's director, Peggy Trecker White. With a cast of 30, it truly mirrors the family atmosphere that Prep instills on a daily basis within the community.
Noted for its family-friendly storyline, universal themes and catchy music and told entirely through song, JOSEPH is the first full-length musical by the legendary theatrical team of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. JOSEPH is a lovely, comic and colorful journey, animated with a high-energy mix of music and dancing. This fast-paced show doesn't give you much chance to catch your breath, but you'll be singing and dancing all the way home!
Seniors Avery Campbell (Joseph), Justin Stone (Levi, Baker, Pharaoh) and Frank Milbourn (Rueben, Butler, Potiphar) are once again featured in lead roles for their final Prep production. Underclassmen in other lead roles include Rachel Stratton, Luke Herman, Hudson Monts, JP Carr, Calvin Middleton, Sam Middleton, Tripp Hedden and Adam Levy. Several lower and middle school students will complete the ensemble.
Performances are February 13-17 at the Hilton Head Preparatory School Main Street Theatre, Wednesday - Saturday at 7:30 pm, and a matinee on 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.
Hilton Head Preparatory School's
Jubilee and Distinguished Citizens Dinner
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Sea Pines Country Club
30 Governors Road, Hilton Head Island
Chaired by Prep parent Mrs. Mary Calamari and past Prep parent Mr. Dennis Puckey
It is with great pleasure we invite you to participate in Hilton Head Preparatory School's Jubilee and Distinguished Citizens Dinner. This event will be held at the Sea Pines Country Club and will take place on Saturday, February 9, 2019. For more information about the 2019 Jubilee and Distinguished Citizens Dinner, please contact Leslie Hart, Director of the Annual Fund and Special Events at 843-715-8536 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Special opportunities exist including completely tax-deductible dinner, décor, music, and invitation underwriting, congratulatory ad journal advertisements, and VIP tables.
Announcing our 2019 Honorees:
Dr. Michael W. Bassett, '92 was chosen to receive the alumni award as a committed alumnus who has made significant contributions to Hilton Head Prep and the greater society while attending Prep and continuing post-graduation.
Miss Jaunell Murphy, '00, Mr. Nicholas U. Murphy II, '98, and Mr. Niles U. Murphy, '06 were chosen to receive the Athletic Awards as alumni who performed with excellence and lettered in varsity sports while at Prep.
Prep faculty member, Mrs. Peg Hamilton, was chosen to receive the Educator Award by demonstrating exceptional leadership, commitment, character, and achievement during her tenure at Prep and significantly contributing to the quality of education at Prep inspiring hundreds of students.
Mr. James S. MacLeod was chosen to receive the Leader/Friend of Prep for his dedication to advance the ideals, mission, vision, and traditions of Prep while also greatly contributing to the school in a philanthropic manner while advancing Prep's mission.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Barker were chosen to receive the Parent Volunteer award as dedicated past Prep parents who were involved with many school committees and activities, and who significantly contributed to the quality of the Prep community as loyal and devoted supporters and volunteers of Prep activities.
Mrs. Nicole A. Seitz, '90 was chosen to receive the Arts Award as an alumna who performed with excellence in the arts while at Prep and continuing post-graduation.
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Congratulations to the following Hilton Head Preparatory School middle school students for their outstanding academic performance during the second quarter of the school year.
Performance for the Semester, including examinations, is recognized in the following categories:
Trustee Honors All course grades 90% or above
Headmaster Honors Course grades average 90% or above with no grade below 80
Faculty Honors All course grades 80% or above
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6th Grade Honors List
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7th Grade Honors List
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8th Grade Honors List
Hilton Head Preparatory School is excited to announce the hiring of Mrs. Susan Bolinger as their new Director of College Counseling. Susan Bolinger comes to us from Knoxville, Tennessee, with eighteen years of progressive experience in the education field. Mrs. Bolinger earned a BA in Political Science with minors in Education, Business, and Economics. She also has a Master's degree in Education from Vanderbilt University and an Ed. S. in School Counseling from The University of Tennessee. Her professional experience includes working as Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at The University of Tennessee as well as advising in the UT College of Arts and Sciences. She was responsible for the recruitment of high ability students and programming while at UT. Mrs. Bolinger has also worked with the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and the Tennessee Governor's School for the Sciences.
For the last eight years, Mrs. Bolinger has been the Director of College Counseling at Farragut High School in Knoxville. At Farragut, she served as the AP Coordinator, Services for Students with Disabilities Coordinator for the College Board, and was the scholarship and National Merit coordinator. While she was at Farragut High, the Class of 2018 earned over $38 million dollars in scholarships. Mrs. Bolinger has served on several college admissions advisory boards, presented at statewide and SACAC conferences, and was a recipient of the 2015 Yale Educator Award. She and her husband Todd have two sons, Harris and Nicholas, and a Jack Russell terrier, Jackie. She is looking forward to her work with the students and staff at Hilton Head Preparatory School.
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