List of 4 news stories.

  • Teacher Spotlight: Gabrielle Tee

    Next up in #HangerHall's teacher spotlight is our wonderful Music teacher Gabrielle Tee!
    This is Gabrielle's first year at Hanger Hall, and we are so excited that she has joined our community.

    She comes to Hanger Hall with ten years of experience teaching private lessons and in the classroom at Francine Delany.

    Her favorite book recently is Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo.

    Despite just having started at Hanger Hall, she has felt welcomed, and everyone has been helpful in her transition to the school. 
  • Teacher Spotlight: Beth Ripley

    Next up in #HangerHall's teacher spotlight is our excellent science teacher Beth Ripley. The 2021-2022 school year marks her 12th year at Hanger Hall.

    Her favorite books right now are Where the Forest Meets the Stars by Glendy Vanderah and The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett.

    She describes Hanger Hall's community as both loving and inclusive. I feel blessed to be able to work with so many incredible women and students. She adds that single-sex education seems to minimize distractions to focus on their personal growth while deciding what kind of person they want to be and what is important to them.

    Her advice to potential students: Hanger Hall does a wonderful job of providing a safe space for you to explore and develop the necessary tools to be successful in high school and beyond.

    Her advice to graduating students: continue challenging yourself and pursue the life you want. Also, please come back to visit!

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  • Teacher Spotlight: Katie Connor

    Our first teacher spotlight is Katie Conner, our fantastic Spanish & 6th-grade Humanities teacher. The 2021-2022 school year will be her 16th year teaching at Hanger Hall.
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  • Teacher Spotlight: Meg Winnecour

    Our next teacher spotlight is #HangerHall's Art Teacher, Meg Winnecour. The 2021-2022 school year will be her 9th year at Hanger Hall.

    Some of her favorite reads include Orion magazine's summer issue, My Grandmother's Hands, by Resma Menachem, and The Man Who Quit Money, by Mark Sundeen. Her all-time favorite books include Holy the Firm and Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard.

    She describes the Hanger Hall community as supportive, justice-oriented, creative, open-minded, progressive, and fun.

    She adds that the benefits of attending an all-girls school include being a place where female-identifying folks can come let their guard down while growing into the adult versions of themselves. She adds that all-girls schools are about having a safe place to try out aspects of yourself and value system outside of the pressures of the wider society. A place where there are plenty of loving women around to help when things inevitably get messy, a place where everyone (fellow students, staff, and community) is rooting for you to grow into the best version of yourself.
    Her advice to potential Hanger Hall students is to do a shadow day. Spend the day with the students and teachers, and see if it feels right. It will most likely feel like home right away!

    Her advice to graduating 8th graders is to remember your fully-stocked toolbox; it's always with you. In there, you've got everything you need to succeed: the love and support of your teachers, HH classmates, and family, excellent study skills and learner habits, creativity, and the bravery and curiosity to use it. You're all set: now go have an adventure!
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