School NewsSep 24, 2020
Miss Hall’s students and adults recently gathered to share reflections on former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
AlumnaeSep 23, 2020
The MHS Alumnae Council invites you to join Julia Heaton and Alumnae Council President Mary Atwood ’83 for a conversation about MHS today.
School NewsSep 23, 2020
School NewsSep 1, 2020
The article, “Plan, Practice, Pivot,” highlights how the IRT helps Miss Hall’s navigate incidents ranging from the global coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic to weather-related emergencies.
School NewsAug 31, 2020
Head of School Julia Heaton offers some thoughts on what it’s like to start school at this moment in history, and how we can move forward together
AcademicsAug 18, 2020
Ms. P-T’s work has previously appeared in publications such as Tupelo Quarterly, Hunger Mountain, The Collagist, and more.
Aug 17, 2020
AcademicsAug 7, 2020
Details and notes on @MHS, our new approach to hybrid and distance learning
Aug 7, 2020
School NewsJul 1, 2020
AthleticsJun 19, 2020
Our student-led step team brings partnership, energy, and joy
AcademicsJun 16, 2020
“I love the convergence of learning a language and finding the confidence to speak it.”
School NewsJun 14, 2020
Life at Miss Hall’sJun 11, 2020
Proctors are a critical part of the MHS Personal Team — from Day One!
Life at Miss Hall’sJun 9, 2020
An integral part of the Miss Hall’s experience, the Personal Team helps students celebrate their successes and overcome any challenges.
School NewsJun 2, 2020
“I do not think the world is fine the way it is.”
Jun 1, 2020
“We are Miss Hall’s graduates, which means we are ready to be the change.”
AcademicsMay 20, 2020
Girls Right the World features work by young, female-identified writers and artists from around the globe
Life at Miss Hall’sMay 15, 2020
Miss Hall’s Big/Little’s program connects incoming students with upperclasswomen who help ensure a smooth transition to life in a new school.
You have a friend before you're even on campus!
School NewsMay 15, 2020
As travel shut down in the U.S. earlier this spring, many of our students struggled to find ways home. Two of their classmates acted quickly to support them and the impact has been broad-ranging.
AlumnaeMay 15, 2020
Work in international non-proliferation beckoned, and her career as an activist was underway.
HorizonsMay 14, 2020
Miss Hall’s students now have access to one of the Berkshires’ great new technology labs
Life at Miss Hall’sMay 6, 2020
Members of H.E.A.T. dedicate their time to supporting climate action on the local, state, and national levels.
AthleticsMay 5, 2020
Everyone at MHS is assigned a team color, blue or gold. It’s an MHS tradition that dates back to the late 1920s and a way to generate some friendly competition within and between classes.
AcademicsMay 2, 2020
As the ongoing coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic forces schools to reimagine their plans for the 2020-21 academic year, MHS faculty committed to a set of principles that will guide their work.
AlumnaeMay 1, 2020
From Pakistan to Iran and back to Afghanistan, her parents found a way to make education a priority.
ArtsApr 30, 2020
One Thursday morning in a cozy studio in nearby West Stockbridge, Jingtong ’20 uses a hammer and metal block to flatten and shape a piece of wire into a hoop about the size of a quarter.
AlumnaeApr 29, 2020
The master of her own path, she did grassroots work with homeless asylum seekers at a Tokyo-based nonprofit.
School NewsApr 27, 2020
Families of MHS students from China send boxes of medical supplies to the School
Life at Miss Hall’sApr 24, 2020
“Even before noticing their rings, I had a strange inkling that the twins went to Miss Hall’s. I could see the mission and core values in them.”
AlumnaeApr 23, 2020
She is a 23-year veteran nurse at Berkshire Medical Center in the fast-paced ICU, where no day is ever the same.
Life at Miss Hall’sApr 22, 2020
In honor of our founder’s 157th birthday on April 21, Head of School Julia Heaton asked participants to reflect on what they miss most not being on campus
AcademicsApr 19, 2020
An adventurous traveler lands in the Berkshires — and falls in love with MHS
AlumnaeApr 17, 2020
Apr 16, 2020
HorizonsApr 15, 2020
HorizonsApr 6, 2020
Our one-of-a-kind experiential learning program celebrates its silver anniversary
Equity & InclusionApr 1, 2020
Students led cultural workshops from their homes this spring, helping others in the Miss Hall’s community learn about music, writing, and traditions from around the world
AlumnaeApr 1, 2020
Centenarian designer-turned-landscape-architect-turned-sculptor-turned-poet Sarah Hitchcock Yerkes ’36 embodies the best of Miss Hall’s.
ArtsMar 25, 2020
AdmissionsMar 17, 2020
AcademicsMar 16, 2020
Liz Kulze uses real questions to spur learning in her English for Speakers of Other Languages classes.
ArtsMar 12, 2020
AlumnaeMar 8, 2020
Aiming to make a more direct impact, Waheeda Shariff Samji ’91, founded The Latham School, a community of learners in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
ArtsFeb 26, 2020
Our a cappella group visited offices around campus today to spread some spontaneous joy
AcademicsFeb 14, 2020
Our new Hallmark Latin course is infused with a spirit of exploration — along with a healthy dose of student choice
ArtsFeb 13, 2020
Jazz and Rock Night showcases MHS ensembles, which offer students who love playing or singing to make music together and form lasting friendships
ArtsFeb 11, 2020
Nine students from the Miss Hall’s Thespian Troupe spent bolstered their dramatic chops at “ThesFest”
AcademicsFeb 6, 2020
Rebecca Cook-Dubin, our Leonhardt Family Teaching Chair, excels at building a place for conversation
ArtsNov 20, 2019
The MHS fall play explored the lives of women in 20th-century London who worked in the gutting sheds and slaughterhouses
Student-MadeNov 14, 2019
Sketches by Lanna Knoll ’20 for Independent Projects in Art
AcademicsNov 4, 2019
“Leadership is being redefined, particularly for young women.”
AlumnaeOct 2, 2019
Inspiring Alumnae and Student Connections
School NewsAug 6, 2019
Paula Lima Jones joins our leadership team as the school’s first dean of equity and inclusion
AthleticsJul 3, 2019
A new NCAA-compliant field shoots Miss Hall’s forward in athletics
Student-MadeJul 1, 2019
Amanda ’21 speaks about her artistic process in creating a stunning series of monotype portraits
Student-MadeMar 26, 2019
Erica Morales-Armstrong ’20 earns recognition for her evocative photograph
Student-MadeJan 11, 2019
A poem by Queen Tran ’18
Student-MadeJan 3, 2019
“Books are a path; they take me on a journey through a wide variety of environments that possess many different elements that can lead me to unknown places.”
AcademicsMar 1, 2018
Students in sophomore English explore the intersection of civic activism, suffrage, slavery, and selfhood
HorizonsDec 18, 2017
“Vivian had a vision, was inspired to take action, and had the gumption to advocate steadily for this project.”
AlumnaeOct 25, 2017
“I often talk about democracy as the most important delivery system for human rights. You cannot achieve one without the other.”
ArtsJan 31, 2017
Studio Art Teacher Ellie Spangler writes about her mentor and muse, Hilma af Klint
Student-MadeJan 12, 2017
For more than two years, Miss Hall’s students interviewed women in leadership positions around the country, then produced a one-hour documentary to tell their story