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Mission: Ashley Hall produces an educated woman who is independent, ethically responsible, and prepared to meet the challenges of society with confidence.
Over Spring Break members of Ashley Hall's Red Choir travelled to Italy where, on March 18, they performed during Mass at St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.
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Ashley Hall Admission's cover photo
Faculty: Why are you Ashley Hall?
See quotes from the Ashley Hall Faculty on why they are Ashley Hall in the link below.
Pictures from the Spirit!
PQV to the Upper School students!
Upper School students from Ashley Hall gave out personal hygiene kits to visitors in today's Soup Kitchen. They also shared lots of smiles and well wishes! Thank you to a wonderful group of caring young women!
Ashley Hall students, faculty and staff have a long standing partnership with local nonprofit, Water Missions International. Dana Van Hook and Barbara Allega both are serving on a committee for Water Missions International to design curriculum for PreK-6th grade students on the importance of water to our way of life. Lessons on conservation, the water cycle, and every aspect of water are discussed at grade appropriate levels. The Pre K classes of Amy Halford and Henslee Evans are piloting the curriculum for Ashley Hall.
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Primary Classes in the Ross EEC enjoyed a visit from Mary Horton with the Charleston Parks Conservancy last week. The children were fascinated with the worms they found in the AH Community Garden and the recently installed AH Worm Farm, so Ms. Horton brought Red Wigglers and Night Crawlers to the classroom for the children to handle and to explore.
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The November 15th Lights of Love program at the Ronald McDonald House was a wonderful event for the entire school with Ashley Hall girls from all divisions participating in some way. When 2nd grader, Katelyn Thompson, and Senior and RMH Junior Board Member, Litsa Darby, threw the switch to light the house on live TV, the entire evening was abuzz with PQV spirit.
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We have a new featured author in the Children's Library! Second grade student, Jackie Van Sack, has written and illustrated her own book and shared it with her classmates and Ashley Hall. The book actually has a Library of Congress number and is on display in the library.
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Congratulations and PQV to fifth grader, Michaela Cuoco on her big win at the Mt. Pleasant Junior Tennis Classic in the girls 10 and under division. This tournament which was held the weekend of November 13 was a level three United States Tennis Association (USTA) sanctioned event. Wow!
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The Fall Dance held this past Saturday night was also a fundraiser for “Africa – Water is Life” an initiative of World Hope International.
The Social Club is proud to donate $1,300 towards clean, safe water in the developing countries of Africa. PQV!
zvents.com Rick Bass is the author of twenty-five books, including short-story collections, novels, and essays. A long-time resident of Montana’s remote Yaak Valley, Bass has written extensively about that region and has used his talents to advocate for the preservation of its old-growth forests and the plenit...
Ashley Hall Volley Ball SCISA State Championship is tonight (October 25) vs. Porter Gaud school.
Come out and support the Panthers! PQV!
Game starts at 7pm
Location: College of Charleston's TD Arena
Admission: $4 for students, $7 for Adults
postandcourier.com Ashley Hall and Porter-Gaud, located about two miles apart, will battle for state volleyball supremacy today when the Class AAA SCISA state championship is played at the College of Charleston's TD Arena.
PQV to Litsa Darby!
postandcourier.com Ashley Hall's Litsa Darby was born to play volleyball Her mother, Georgia, played at the College of Charleston. Her aunt, Alexis Glover, played at the University of South Carolina and is one of the most successful high school coaches in state history at Wando. Darby joined the Ash...
Enjoy the online Education Issue of Perspectives from this link or on ashleyhall.org (http://www.ashleyhall.org/perspectives-magazine.php).
Perspectives Magazine - Summer 2011 Education Edition
PQV to the incredible Red Choir of Ashley Hall who have been invited to perform during Mass at the Basilica of Saint Peter in the Vatican!
The performance will be on Sunday, March 18, 2012. Look for more information soon!
Today is the final day to purchase 'The Comedy of Errors' tickets online.
'The Comedy of Errors' will have a Saturday night, October 1, and Sunday night, October 2, showing.
You may still purchase tickets at Will Call on the nights of the show ($10 for adults and $5 for students).
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Learn more about the Ashley Hall admission process on our redesigned admission 'How to Apply' webpage.
[08/16/11] Ashley Hall is excited to kick off a new school year this week! For more information about Ashley Hall visit www.ashleyhall.org
Saturday’s Independent School Peace Fair was a huge success. All participating schools enjoyed working together to raise over $2200 for girls education in developing countries. The weather was great, the The 3 Dudes were great, and the student crafts were simply amazing. Thanks to all who participated!
Saturday was an amazing day for Ashley Hall Kindergarten girls. The girls were offered a special opportunity to introduce each of the 7 sea turtles released with posters of the sea turtles’ names and species. Several girls walked in front of each sea turtle holding their poster and introducing the sea turtle. The crowd cheered on each sea turtle as it made its way back to the ocean.
The sea turtles released were of special interest to the girls, as they are exploring the threatened and endangered species and learning about coastal conservation. The girls visited these 7 sea turtles in the Sea Turtle Hospital last month, were familiar with their health concerns and conditions, and were elated to see them released Saturday.
Please help support the Sea Turtle Rescue Program at the SC Aquarium Sea Turtle Hospital by purchasing baked goods this Wednesday at the Kindergarten Bake Sale. Flyer: http://bit.ly/lm1ipf
ABC news coverage: http://bit.ly/kF7jud
Picture of the week: In January 2011, 10th grade student, Ellinor Walters, learned about Aveda's "Re-Cap" program, which recycles caps from water & shampoo bottles into new shampoo or conditioner bottles. She led a drive at Ashley Hall, encouraging her fellow students to save these caps which Charleston County does not have the means to recycle. If not recycled through this program they are put into a landfill, where they take 75 years to fully decompose. More often than not, these caps end up as litter and eventually wash into the ocean, which can have a devastating effect on our wildlife.
Throughout the drive Ellinor was able to save hundreds of bottle caps from ending up in our landfills and as litter and today she shipped her saved caps to Aveda to be recycled! Thanks Ellinor!
Ashley Hall’s First Grade girls were especially concerned about the people of Japan as they had studied the country earlier in the year. They rallied together in a special fundraising effort for the Red Cross’s Japan relief initiatives. Their efforts paid off in a big way! They raised and presented over $3,000 to the American Red Cross!
New program flyers are up on the website for Summer Programs.
Picture of the week: Peter Cottontail greeted Lower School students this morning in the carpool line to kick off Ashley Hall Book Festival!
Ashley Hall summer programs are now open for registration! Click to find out more and reserve a spot for your student today. Register and pay online.
Ashley Hall's Perspectives Magazine is the official magazine of the school and comes out twice per year. Enjoy this issue focusing on women's health.
New Schedule a Tour page is up!
New Pay Tuition Online link is active
Picture of the Week: Ashley Hall’s faculty and staff defeat the Class of 2011 in a students verses staff basketball game on Thursday.
postandcourier.com The Ashley Hall Dining Commons opened Jan. 4, the first day students were back from winter break. Before the move, everyone ate in the dining hall in McBee House.
postandcourier.com Cassandra King was an established and widely read novelist long before she started pulling in tandem with her famous husband, Pat Conroy. The author of four novels, as well as a spate of short stories, magazine articles and essays, the personable King owns the distinction of being raised on a pean
Picture of the week: On January 11, student members of the Green Club and the AP Environmental Sciences class laid the first flats for the Green Roof on the Hoshall Science center. The plants, which are mainly succulents, will create a micro-climate on the roof that moderates the temperature above and below and assists with water retention. This roof top garden will also create an attractive environment for native butterflies and birds, provide a living laboratory for students, and absorb solar radiation, reducing the heat load on the building.
The Brand New Ashley Hall Dining Commons is Open Tomorrow
Read senior Betsy Cribb's blog as she explores her passion to make a difference in the world!
girlup.org As a senior at Ashley Hall, an all-girls school in Charleston, South Carolina, I am required to complete a senior project before graduation. The senior project gives students an opportunity to discover a passion and explore it deeply. I found my passion with Girl Up!
The Reggio Emilia inspired Early Education Center encourages investigation and discovery in young minds.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Ashley Hall!
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