Mission Statement

A safe, caring and accepting community enables Hilton Head Prep to mold students of strong character. Through students' engagement with exemplary faculty, participation in co-curricular arts and athletic programs, and meaningful involvement with the community, Prep will prepare competent and motivated students to succeed in college and beyond. Hilton Head Prep curriculum will incorporate a solid foundation with critical thinking skills while leveraging students' creativity in preparing them to thrive in an ever-changing world.

Distinguished Citizens Awards

Hilton Head Preparatory School’s
Jubilee and Distinguished Citizens Dinner

Starlight and Sand Dollars

Saturday, February 10, 2018
Westin Hilton Head Resort and Spa Grand Ocean Terrace

Chaired by Prep Parent, Mrs. Mary Calamari

It is with great pleasure we invite you to participate in Hilton Head Preparatory School’s Jubilee and Distinguished Citizens Dinner, “Starlight and Sand Dollars!” This event will be held at the Westin Hilton Head Resort and Spa in their stunning ocean front Grand Ocean Terrace, and will take place on Saturday, February 10, 2018. For more information about the 2018 Jubilee and Distinguished Citizens Dinner, please contact Nadine Mooers, Director of the Annual Fund and Events, at 843-715-8536 or nmooers@hhprep.org. Special opportunities exist including completely tax-deductible dinner, décor, music, and invitation underwriting, congratulatory ad journal advertisements, and VIP tables. To make a guest room reservation at The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa at a discounted rate please can call 1-800-WESTIN1 and mention “Hilton Head Prep Jubilee”. Please note that our guest room block is limited.

Congratulations to our 2018 Honorees

Mrs. Linda S. Fraser a 1977 graduate of Sea Pines Academy and the late Mr. Charles Fraser also a 1977 Sea Pines Academy graduate were chosen to receive the alumni awards as committed alumni who have made significant contributions to Hilton Head Prep and the greater society while attending Prep and continuing post-graduation.

Mr. Franklin P. Hodge III a 1987 graduate of Hilton Head Prep and member of Prep’s Athletic Hall of Fame was chosen to receive the Athletic Award as an alumnus who performed with excellence and lettered in varsity sports while at Prep.

Prep faculty member, Mrs. Kathryn Ramseur-Riley, was chosen to receive the Educator Award by demonstrating exceptional leadership, commitment, character, and achievement during her 33 year tenure at Prep and significantly contributing to the quality of education at Prep inspiring hundreds of students.

Mr. James N. Richardson, Jr. and Mrs. Leslie Richardson were chosen to receive the Leader/Friend of Prep for their 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.

Mrs. Carol Schembra was chosen to receive the Parent Volunteer award as a dedicated past Prep parent who was involved with many school committees and activities, and who significantly contributed to the quality of the Prep community as a loyal and devoted supporter and volunteer of Prep activities.

Ms. Meredith C. Inglesby a 1993 graduate of Hilton Head Prep was chosen to receive the Arts Award as an alumna who performed with excellence in the arts while at Prep and continuing post-graduation.