The 7th Grade's annual Walk for Water, held May 25, served as a reminder to students about how scarcity and hard work can shape the lives of people who grow up in other parts of the world -- and not always in a positive way.
Middle schoolers were treated to a magical set from the Corn Potato String Band this week in the Friedlander Outdoor Forum, as the skies cleared and the temperatures started to climb. But don't worry about missing them at Greenhills -- you can still catch them at The Ark this coming September, instead.
For the past eight years Spanish students at Greenhills have been actively making connections with the Latino communities in the Ypsilanti/Detroit areas. The students have been working with younger native speaking and bilingual students in Spanish, as well as sampling delicious authentic food at many different restaurants in the three cities.
Every year, Greenhills seniors celebrate senior release day by donning t-shirts from the colleges they'll attend and sprinting from one end of the school to the next -- although sometimes the congestion caused by the cheering throngs of other classes slows things down to more of a stroll. Here, thanks to video by Greenhills junior Emily Gitlin, is what it looked like Friday.
Oakland Community College hosted 66 high school forensic teams from around the state for the MIFA Individual Events Tournament at the end of April. After two days of intense competition with four preliminary and two elimination rounds, the Greenhills team finished second in the C/D division.
It’s been such a pleasure to work with our upper school FIRST Robotics team this year that we wanted to publicly congratulate them for their outstanding performances at the state championship and the two qualification events that made up their 2018 season.
The Greenhills National Ocean Sciences Bowl team is heading to Colorado April 19 to compete against other top high school scholars in the 21st annual National Finals Competition of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl.
Nearly 30 members of the Greenhills community got a bonus last weekend when they volunteered at Forgotten Harvest for Motor City Saturday: the chance to sling beans and pack potatoes side-by-side with Olympic ice dancer Madison Chock.
Greenhills ninth-grader Yousef Emara could have waited for the adults in Michigan to object to Nestle’s plan to nearly double the amount of water it pumps out of an aquifer in Osceola County to supply its bottled water plants.