Support lower school theatre by attending Snow White in the auditorium at Cherry Road, September 25–27 (7:00 on Thursday and Friday, 2:00 on Saturday).
Harding's bands collect Box Tops for Education. They are able to cash these box tops in for band equipment.
If your Box Tops are not currently committed to another program, we would appreciate your sending yours to the band here at Cherry Road. You can send them to the office, and we'll get them to the right place.
Brand names that carry Box Tops include Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Nestles, Totinos, Progresso, Old El Paso, Hamburger Helper, Chex Mix, Nature Valley, Ziploc, and many more.
Look for the Box Tops, clip them, and send them to Harding at Cherry Road.
This year's musical is The Drowsy Chaperone. Auditions are September 2, 3, 4. Students interested in auditioning should go to the theatre page of Harding Academy's website to download an audition form which will give you all the information you will need for the audition.
Join the Harding Academy family on Saturday night, September 6 for a special celebration of the arts on historic South Main in downtown Memphis! Eprhiam Urevbu, Harding parent and owner of the The Village Arts Gallery has donated 100 of his "Blues Man" prints for sale to raise money our Institute for Faith & the Arts. Mr. Urevbu will sign these prints at the event! Come and hear his amazing story of coming to Memphis from Nigeria and being a catalyst for the Trolley Tour and the creation of the South Main Arts District. We hope to see all of you there!
Click here to find out about Harding Academy's art class project to fund a stoneware kiln.
This project will raise funds to buy a stoneware kiln for our students to make professional, dinnerware and oven safe
Experience Scripture in a whole new way. "Living Letters: Encountering Philippians" is a whole new approach to experiencing the biblical story. Living Letters recreates the historic circumstances surrounding Paul’s writing of the letter and invites the audience to leave their present-day culture behind and become members of the first-century church. The result is a dynamic, exciting, transformative encounter with Scripture. You won’t want to miss the rare opportunity to see a Broadway performer bring Paul’s letter to the Philippians to life. Join the entire student body for this special event on Monday, January 27 at 9:20am in the O.O. Emmons Auditorium.
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Melanie P. Semore
Head of Upper School