Fellowships in Applied Studies
previously the institute for 21st century Education
No other high school in the U.S. offers the experiential learning opportunities that HB girls have through the Fellowships in Applied Studies. In addition to offering personally transformative experiential curricular opportunities in a variety of disciplines, the Fellowships and the real-world exposure they provide set HB students apart in the college admission process.
Beyond the Classroom
The Fellowships are elective and ungraded. The Fellowships work in tandem with HB's core curriculum and enable students to actively engage with transformative ideas and careers.
The Fellowships have been hailed nationally for the way they have reinvented girls’ education, defining new pathways for self-discovery, leadership, innovation, and service to society.
Through HB’s signature Fellowships in Applied Studies, girls are encouraged and empowered to design their own learning.
Girls receive a well-rounded business program consisting of foundational concepts, parameters, and standards that develop into authentic, real-world business experiences.
Girls are engaged with the Greater Cleveland community through leadership opportunities, hands-on service, international immersion experiences, and Service Learning classes.
Fellowships in Global Citizenship promote global understanding, foster an appreciation for the world's cultures, challenge students to think critically about the world’s most pressing issues, and help students understand how the U.S. fits into a global context.
Fellowships in Leadership & Well-Being encourage girls to explore and understand their whole selves and others to successfully navigate the demands of the world, cultivate a strong voice, and envision their leadership potential.
There’s much to learn and gain from working with people of all races, ethnicities, economic classes, experiences, and perspectives. The Fellowships help members of the HB community get comfortable with themselves and knowledgeable about others in order to thrive in a multicultural world.
Science Research and Engineering Program students work in research labs with professional scientists and engineers at local institutions to conduct graduate-level research projects. Students conduct research during the school year and summer and submit their research for prestigious science competitions.
Sustainability is about being green and much more. It’s about designing a world that allows life to flourish — individually, as a community, and ecologically. The Fellowships in Sustainability engage the HB community with thinking, learning, and action to help build a flourishing future.
Fellowships in Technology & Invention are innovative and collaborative, encouraging girls to connect math, engineering, science, and the arts with critical and design thinking. The Fellowship focuses on HB’s technology-based programs including Computer Science, Technical Theater, and the renovated IDEA Lab.
An array of experiences are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, culminating in the senior year showcase.
Osborne Fellowships in Writing help girls amplify their voices. Classes, workshops, discussion forums, and visiting writer residencies are all offered in the Fellowship to help students discover and develop their writing.
In the Strnad Fellowships in Creativity students independently pursue an interest with a creative outcome in a limitless number of subjects. Girls have written novels, created philanthropic organizations, designed computer games, built bicycles, written and directed musicals, designed and taught academic classes, put on concerts, created art installations, learned glassblowing, and much more. LEARN MORE
The best way to get to know Hathaway Brown is to visit our 16-acre campus in Shaker Heights where you can walk the halls, experience our distinguished academics, and meet students and teachers. In addition to parent previews and open houses, we offer campus tours with members of the Admission team. Learn more about the Admission Process.