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Educating girls in grades 5-12 to Think Critically, to Lead Confidently, and to Live Honorably

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Girls must learn how to take risks.

Girls need inquiry-based and project-based learning.

Girls need to know why their work matters.

Girls must develop 3-D spatial skills.

Girls must be able to see themselves in STEM careers.

We are working to end the gender gap in STEM.
One girl at a time.

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Our Girls Code

Our Girls CODE: Empowering Harpeth Hall students with skills for the future is the feature article for Hallways Spring 2017 issue. As an all-girls school, Harpeth Hall is uniquely positioned to liberate students from a computer science genderization that might otherwise limit them. 

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First Lego League Robotics Club

Lego League robotics focuses on applying coding, engineering, and teamwork to accomplish missions using the Lego Mindstorm robots. Teams also identify and solve a problem concerning the Lego League theme for the year. Previous themes have included how to be an animal ally, solving the world's trash problems and human exploration of space. Harpeth Hall has stood out at both the regional and state level, earning awards each time we have competed demonstrating the power of girls in coding and engineering design. 

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Science Quiz Bowl

Science Bowl is a nationwide academic competition that tests students’ knowledge in all areas of science and mathematics. Organized by the Department of Energy, the competitions consist of fast-paced question-and-answer contests between two teams of high school students, with topics on a wide range of topics, including biology, math, chemistry, physics, energy, astronomy, and earth science.

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