The Latest from THS

HagueMUN I

Our Model UN student leaders are working hard to prepare to host our school’s first HagueMUN event for area middle school students that will take place from May 19th-21st. Check out the webpage they built for the event. 

THS Mock Trial Teams Place in Regional

Congratulations to our Mock Trial teams who placed 16th and 20th (out of the 180+ participants) in the Virginia Law-Related Education Institute’s regional mock trial competition.  We could not be more proud of the hard work and commitment they demonstrated over the past few months.  

To have teams composed of 9th, 10th, and 11th graders competing against seasoned teams featuring seniors is a challenge, but they all rose to the occasion and held their own to demonstrate poise, knowledge, and skills, several students earning individual recognition for their performance as attorneys and “best witness.”


Friday Guest Panel: Many Paths to Med School

This week’s Friday Guest Speakers from EVMS, Krishan, Leah, Abigail, & Colleen, shared their academic experiences and personal journeys with our students, emphasizing that there are multiple pathways to reach a goal and that authenticity and sincerity are essential to working within a community. We are so grateful for their time, comments, and commitment to paying it forward. 

Operation Smile

Our IB students toured the Operation Smile Interactive Learning Center today, meeting the co-founders, Dr. Bill Magee and Kathy Magee. They learned about the life-changing work of this organization, stepping into the shoes of children in need around the world as they explored cultural, emotional, and socioecomomic issues, as Dr. Zimmerman explained the medical process in the facility’s operating room. Blending service with a global perspective, this moving tour contributes to expanding our IB students’ worldview!

Model UN

We are so proud of the students who participated in the VAMUN competition at The University of Virginia in November. During the trip, they enjoyed opportunities to tour the University of Richmond and William and Mary. 

Our summer Oceanography course was a success!

Our students joined forces with students from our sister school in Mexico to complete a rigorous 3-week course in Oceanography at Virginia Wesleyan University.  Students had the full college experience: living in the dorms, attending classes, working in the lab, giving a formal poster presentation, and earning 4 credits.  We are so proud of their accomplishment!

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The Hague School in Ghent Living

See how The Hague School is transforming education in Hampton Roads.

Youth Resilience Expo recognizes students’ green projects

Environmentally aware students and teachers from schools across Norfolk, Portsmouth and Chesapeake did not let this difficult academic year get in the way of their green goals.

More than 1,000 students, from 22 schools across the three cities, who worked on 14 different projects to address flooding, polluted runoff and reducing their school’s carbon footprint, recently were honored at the Elizabeth River Project’s third annual Youth Resilience Expo.

The Hague School in Norfolk approved to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) – Students interested in attending a high school with an International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (DP) now have two options in Norfolk — one public and one private.

On Friday, The Hague School announced it has been approved to offer the program.

Uncharted Territory from Broken Ground Podcast

The episode “Uncharted Territory” features a discussion with various Hague School students from October 2020, conducted by Emily Richardson-Lorente, producer of the Broken Ground podcast.  The podcast details the problem of sea level rise and local flooding, featuring our students’ opinions on the matter.

Podcast with Hamilton Perkins

A discussion among visionaries…local entrepreneur and designer Hamilton Perkins invited the Warrens to discuss The Hague School on his podcast. 

Ghent Living August 2019 Feature: Meet the Warren Family

Learn more about Paul and Jennifer Warren and their path to starting The Hague School. 

Ghent Living May 2019 Article: The Hague School

For anyone who knows a rising ninth grader, The Hague School would love to meet them and share their unique approach to education. 

Private high school looks to move into church

A short news video describes our first steps of wanting to move into a historic Unitarian church in Norfolk.

Private high school looking to move into historic church near the Hague

Read about how it all started!

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