The Hun School’s spring sports teams had a home run of a season; multiple teams won MAPL titles, including varsity girls softball, varsity boys baseball, and members of both our track and field team and boys tennis team.
When Isiaha Dickens ’22 was in the seventh grade he discovered his love for graffiti art while driving through the busy streets of New York. Fast forward several years, Isiaha has since kept up with his self-taught craft, watching YouTube tutorials and picking up a can of spray paint to practice any chance he gets. Over his last three years living on campus, Isiaha has enjoyed the freedom to express himself through graffiti art and the many opportunities that he has had to share his craft with the greater community.
Few people have contributed as much to The Hun School as Danner Schmunk Riebe ’79.
She initially made her impact as a student, arriving four years after the first female students stepped foot on campus. Undaunted by being outnumbered, Mrs. Riebe was elected president of Student Council in 1979.
“We do a great job of providing leadership opportunities for faculty at Hun. But in order to be a good leader, you have to continue to grow and sometimes you have to look outside your own environment in order to do that,” said Dara Martin, Global and Immersion Programs director, NextTerm co-director, and member of the English Department.
For the past twelve years, John Balian ’22 has practiced, performed, and competed as a pianist at the Music Fest Rising Talents Competition with hopes of performing at Carnegie Hall. In his time as a pianist, he has performed at Carnegie Hall four times, his last performance at age eight. This spring, he took center stage once again to perform Clair de Lune after taking Grand Prix.
Contact Mr. Stone with any questions.
The school will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.
Hun Middle School students will lead conferences with their parents and advisors. More information will be sent out closer to the date.
The 8th grade class will depart for their class trip to Hershey Park on Thursday, June 2nd at 1:30 p.m. and will return to the Hun Middle School at approximately 7:00 pm on Friday, June 3rd. Students will need transportation home from the school. A letter detailing the trip itinerary, cost and expectations, along with permission form, will go home with students in the coming weeks. Please contact Jillian Carvalho with questions.