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  • Greenhills “Mathletes” qualify for states

    While some might be content to sip hot cocoa or relax on a tropical beach during a snowy midwinter break, an intrepid group of middle schoolers on the Greenhills MathCounts team were successfully vying with other Ann Arbor area schools Feb. 13 in a regional mathematics competition. 
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    Greenhills to host community reading event

    Each year, county libraries team up to promote reading and civic dialog through the shared experience of reading a common book. And on Feb 22 at 7 p.m., the Greenhills Office of Diversity and the Greenhills library are hosting a book discussion  of this year's unforgettable selection, Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. 
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  • Greenhills AD Meg Seng earns top statewide award

    Greenhills Athletic Director Meg Seng is no stranger to professional accolades. But the Women in Sports Leadership Award, announced by the Michigan High School Athletic Association Jan. 25, will hold a special place in her heart. 
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    6th Grader rules as Greenhills geography champ

    The battle went, literally, to overtime, but in the end Greenhills 6th grader Navya Ashok emerged the undisputed winner of this year’s National Geographic geography bee. 
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  • Debate team wins state championship

    For the second year in a row, the Greenhills debate team has won the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Association varsity championship in Public Forum Debate. 
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    Greenhills alum Henry Aspegren ’13 earns Schwarzman Scholarship

    Greenhills graduate Henry Aspegren ’13, who is currently finishing up his master’s degree in engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been selected for a coveted Schwarzman Scholarship and will begin studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing next fall.


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Dr. Mark Randolph: Yale prof makes cyber-visit to Greenhills ethics class

After having engaged a variety of ethical approaches and having confronted the difficult question of how ethics relates to literature and its study, the inaugural class for the Senior Seminar Ethics &/in Literature recently enjoyed an afternoon’s Q & A with Yale University philosophy professor Stephen Darwall.
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    Maggie (Segall) D’Amico ’99

    "At Greenhills, I learned how to ask questions and really engage with a subject matter in a way that challenged and maximized my understanding and learning. I carried this foundational skill with me through college and law school, and continue to use it in my professional work every day."
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    Annie Rubin, Greenhills parent

    "There are so many things that I love about Greenhills. I love the passion, commitment, and intelligence of the teachers.
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    Charles Rivkin ’15: On Academics

    "I need not preach the academic excellence of this school. If you question it even for a second, I implore you to stroll our cinder block hallways one afternoon.
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