The Hill School’s Humanities Program gets a Traditional and Innovative Update

With a gift from The Hill School’s loyal alumnus Jim Alexandre ’75 and his wife, Julie, the humanities program now has an updated home in the Levis ’45-Alexandre ’75 Center for The Humanities — a beautifully redesigned space that exemplifies the Pottstown, Pa. school’s goal of being the most traditional and most innovative boarding school in the country. In addition to refurbishing this revered, old world learning space of richly paneled walls, the room’s transformation also involved installation of the best educational technology available. This short video shares the history of the humanities program at The Hill as well as a glimpse of how technology is being utilized by Kathy Malone, Ph.D, the current Elizabeth Blossom Chair of Humanities. Read the full story (and see more videos) about the Center’s rededication here:

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