Thanks to the good work of school counselor Carol Dopp, panels from the AIDS Quilt will be on display November 30 through December 4. The AIDS Quilt began in 1987 when a small group of individuals who had lost loved ones to AIDS created the first quilt panel as a memorial and as a method to document the lives lost to the horrific disease. The first gathering, held in San Francisco, was the start of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Today the Quilt has more than 48,000 panels. Read Carol's story below:
What does it look like to train athletes for multiple sports? Holderness School's multi-sport approach allows student-athletes to compete at a varsity level in one sport while training and preparing for another. Strength and Conditioning Coach Morgan Llewelyn's program provides students with the knowledge and the structure to make it happen. Fortunately, it also means the Bulls are less prone to injury and their passion for competition continues to burn strong. Here's a quick look inside the Holderness weight room where Morgan works with our athletes.
The Day of Giving is an 18-hour giving challenge for the Holderness community. It’s about getting EVERYONE together—our alumni, parents, families, friends, faculty, staff, and students—to show their love for Holderness by making a gift to the Holderness Fund.