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Hill Top Celebrates Teacher Success!

Hill Top Preparatory School recently celebrated the success of long-time English teacher Laura Nelson Selinsky, whose recent accomplishments of formally publishing two fiction works demonstrate for her students that we all have the capacity to realize our dreams.
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Hill Top Spirit Wear On Sale NOW

Online Store Open Until NOVEMBER 14th - Order Today for Holiday Delivery

Hill Top is partnering with BSN Sports this year to outfit our community with HT gear delivered directly to your home.

Whether you're shopping for holiday gifts or a wardrobe update, we're confident you'll enjoy our new selection of items in a variety of colors and sizes.
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Students Visit Cabrini University

2 students went to Cabrini University and met with Rachel Edwards, the Director of Academic Enrichment and Coordinator for the Writing Center. She gave a workshop on the differences between high school and college writing, provided writing samples of college-caliber quality, showed examples of actual writing assignments from Cabrini professors, and engaged the students with a writing activity.
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2019 Art Soup Winner!

The winner of this year's Art Soup t-shirt design competition is Elijah Osborne! Elijah's fantastic t-shirts are now available for sale. Proceeds from the t-shirts will benefit Hill Top's Student Travel Fund.
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Happy Halloween from the Middle Schoolers!

Hill Top's Middle School and 9th grade academy enjoyed Halloween activities despite the gloomy weather today!
First we had a costume contest, then students split up and played Minute to Win It games, and a Halloween Themed Kahoot! (Online quiz game) for tickets. The day wrapped up with a raffle for what else? Candy bars!
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Annual SPOOKTACULAR Middle School Halloween Sleepover

The Annual SPOOKTACULAR Middle School Halloween Sleepover took place on Saturday, October 26. This years event featured a campfire with hot dogs and smores, the "Ghoul Games" wacky game competition, pumpkin decorating, and a giant game of Vampire Hide and Seek in the mansion. Students kept an eye out for the ghost Eliza, but thankfully, she was not seen or heard.
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