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Alert: “Catch Me if You Can”, the musical performed by the Hillsboro Players is no scam

Alert: “Catch  Me if You Can”, the musical performed by the Hillsboro Players is no scam

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Libby Taylor, Journalist

March 2, 2020

Due to Hillsboro's renovation, the musical will be taking place at Lipscomb University's, Willard Collins Alumni Auditorium. Evening performances are on March 5th, 6th, and 9th and begin at 7:00 PM. The lone matinee performance is at 2:00 PM on March 8th which will include ASL interpreters for Nashville's deaf and hard of hearing community. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for general admission. Make sure you purchase yours at the link below!!

Free Throws Matter – Both Hillsboro girls and boys advance to Region 6 AAA Semi-Finals

Free Throws Matter – Both Hillsboro girls and boys advance to Region 6 AAA Semi-Finals

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Sports Report

March 1, 2020

Lady Burros use free throws to their advantage in win, 40 - 39, over Summit Lady Spartans. Photo Gallery of Burros v Lady Spartans Over and over, that is what Hillsboro head coach, Cherish Stringfield requires from every member of her very young team and it paid off Friday night when the win came dow...

Burro Nation Weekly Sports Wrap Up

Burro Nation Weekly Sports Wrap Up

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – John Wiltshire, Sports Reporter

February 22, 2020

WBB Hillsboro vs Cane Ridge Game Recap On Friday night, the Hillsboro High School varsity girls’ basketball team received an extra sweet Valentine’s Day gift in the form of a 54-50 senior night win over the District 12 AAA rival, the Lady Ravens of Cane Ridge High School. With this thrilling victory...

ACT Test to Provide New Options Designed to Offer Students More Choices, Faster Results

ACT Test to Provide New Options Designed to Offer Students More Choices, Faster Results

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Ayana Abdullah and Elsie Ufot

January 6, 2020

IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT, the maker of the ACT® test used in college admissions, today in October plans to introduce three new options to improve students’ test-taking experience and increase their opportunities for college admissions and scholarships. Beginning with the September 2020 national ACT test...

MLK/Pearl Cohn’s David Wesley Schilling is the 76th winner of the Hume Award.

MLK/Pearl Cohn’s David Wesley Schilling is the 76th winner of the Hume Award.

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – HIllsboro Sports Desk, Mike Strasinger - Photographer

December 3, 2019

The 76th winner of Metro Nashville Public School's prestigious Hume Award was named today at a luncheon hosted by the Rotary Club at The Wildhorse Saloon in Downtown Nashville. The award was won by David Wesley Schilling, the long-snapper from Pearl-Cohn High School. Schilling attends MLK, Jr Magnet Sc...

Switching the Discipline Mind from punishment to restorative.

Switching the Discipline Mind from punishment to restorative.

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Timia Fisher, Reporter

September 30, 2019

Hillsboro's unique C.O.R.E. counsel recently participated in a two day retreat with other schools in order to improve their group leading skills and learn more about Restorative Justice. September 12th and 13th, the Hillsboro C.O.R.E. Team met with the Peace Team from Glencliff and shared a bus to Horto...

Hillsboro Players Open Up The Season with Shakespeare’s “The Twelfth Night”

Hillsboro Players Open Up The Season with Shakespeare’s “The Twelfth Night”

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Libby Taylor, Journalist

September 24, 2019

Join the Hillsboro Players on September 26-30 at 7:00 PM for an unparalleled performance of "The Twelfth Night". Performances will be held on Hillsboro's softball field, and chairs will be provided.  There will be a variety of food trucks & live band performances to make the evening a complete...

Graduation of the Class of 2019 concludes with celebrations, tears and cheers

Graduation of the Class of 2019 concludes with celebrations, tears and cheers

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe Editorial Staff

June 11, 2019

NASHVILLE–The Burros of Hillsboro High School celebrated the moment where a student moves from one stage in their educational life to the next higher stage. Following speeches by the Valedictorian, Salutatorian, Student Body President and Dr. Pelham the real moment truth came when each ...

The 2018 Hume trophy is awarded December 6, 2018

The 2018 Hume trophy is awarded December 6, 2018

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Lauryn Newborn

December 10, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn - Today following a luncheon at Swett's Restaurant hosted by the Nashville Civilian Club, Joseph Honeysucker from Hillsboro High school was named as the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Hume Award. Honeysucker recently committed to Memphis University to play football. The Hum...

A Reflection of my time at Hillsboro, and a special thank you to some very important people

A Reflection of my time at Hillsboro, and a special thank you to some very important people

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Callie Mabry, Reporter

May 19, 2018

My name is Callie Maybry and I am a Hillsboro High School senior who has attended HHS all four years. In less than three days, I’ll be a graduate. In the grand scheme of things, four years doesn’t sound like a long time, but in the moment, as an eighteen year old as a senior high school student, it...

Hillsboro High School ISR Seniors and Juniors participate in the annual science symposium event at UTK

Hillsboro High School ISR Seniors and Juniors participate in the annual science symposium event at UTK

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Obang Lwangmianga, Technology Reporter

April 19, 2018

Recently, five Hillsboro High School students from the Interdisciplinary Science and Research traveled to University of Knoxville to present their independent research projects at the Tennessee Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. Oliver Eagan, a junior, placed first in the poster talk category w...

Thousands march in Tennessee cities in push for gun control

Thousands march in Tennessee cities in push for gun control

Hillsboro Globe Reporter – Hillsboro Globe reporters from News Desk: Madeline Kerr, Sydney Johnson and Fatima Vargas

March 26, 2018

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Thousands of people have marched in Tennessee cities to push for gun control and school safety as part of a national campaign sparked by the recent Florida school shooting. The Nashville march was held in conjunction with nation-wide marches held in satellite cities all in supp...

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