HLS Junior Earns AHG Stars and Stripes Award

In 2006, HLS Founder Cheryl Lowe served as the Charter Representative for American Heritage Girls Troop KY2521, a chapter of the national organization for young women dedicated to character development, Christian values, and family involvement. Danielle Fuller joined the organization that year as a kindergarten student. Today Danielle is a Read more…

Drama Troupe’s production of The Curious Savage

In just ten short weeks the HLS Drama Troupe put together two nights of impressive performances presenting The Curious Savage by John Patrick. A comedic play centered around a woman named Ethel P. Savage (most commonly referred to as Mrs. Savage), it is set in the 1950s America in the Cloisters, a bustling Read more…

Early Accolades for Five HLS Seniors

“Why study Latin?” is a question we often hear. We defend this question by explaining how Latin expands vocabulary, provides a deeper learning of grammar, and simply challenges and develops the mind. Our students embark on this challenging but rewarding journey in second grade. Students enrolled in AP Latin, which focuses Read more…

Drama Troupe’s production of Sherlock

In their second performance of the year, the HLS Drama Troupe took to the stage presenting Sherlock. Sherlock includes mystery, romance, action, danger, and comedy. The colorful, entertaining characters take you on a journey down the streets of London in the late 1800s to discover how letters written by a dead Read more…

Drama Troupe presents The Pirates of Penzance

Didn’t get a chance to see this year’s drama troupe presentation of The Pirates of Penzance that everyone is raving about? Now you can watch the full production! Hats off to Theresa Boling, Dr. Louie Bailey, and Janice Murdoch for directing an amazing performance. [vimeo 201341531 w=640 h=360] [vimeo 201346742 Read more…

Breaking Good: Organic Chemists on the rise!

What do you get when you mix a room full of brilliant minds, a teacher pushing them to think beyond the textbook, and a bunch of chemicals? Well, in this case you get acetylsalicylic acid – or in laymen’s terms, aspirin. Students are currently in their Stoichiometry Unit, and this Read more…