From Snow Delays to Snowmen

What do you do with snow and a day off school?  Build Harrisburg Academy snowmen, of course!

During the recent snowy weather, Academy Upper School students had the opportunity to participate in “the snowman competition,” developed by Lisa Nazar, Upper School math teacher.  With the snowstorm looming, students were encouraged to take their possible day off to build a snowman featuring the Academy’s “Circle H” logo.

Students were judged in four categories: Most Unusual, Best Use of Props, Best Use of the “Circle H”, and Best Overall.  To make things more interesting, “cool” prizes were offered, including a Subway meal delivered to your school lunch table.

The Academy’s Upper School is, of course, an excellent liberal arts education with a rigorous college preparatory course, but it’s more than that.  It’s fun, too!

Best of the Best: Alex L. ’17 (pictured left); Best Use of the “Circle H“: Tristan W. ’14 (right).

Most Unusual: Lee M. ’14

Best Use of Props: Amelia N. ’17