Just as her decorated high school volleyball career hit full swing, an injury forced Lauren Ingram to the sidelines.Read more
Two Hockaday School students — incoming junior Ashley Chemmalakuzhy and incoming senior Claire Zhu — joined forces to raise $3,450 and awareness to help those facing period poverty in Dallas.Read more
Throughout my 14 years as a Hockadaisy, I had always dreamed of my graduation day.Read more
Hockaday’s Advanced Studio Art class partnered with North Dallas Shared Ministries to paint murals to brighten up the center.Read more
Hockaday didn’t lose to a lacrosse team from Texas all season, which makes it fitting that the Daisies took home two championship trophies at the end of the season.Read more
Fashion show will promote confidence, benefit Genesis Women’s ShelterRead more
Leya and Denise Glazer celebrate their second cookbook, ‘The Worldly Vegetarian’Read more
I was only in sixth grade when I discovered my fascination with space.Read more
Members of the Mockingbird Chapter of the National Charity League in the last year contributed 8,998 hours of community service to Dallas philanthropy partners working in crisis and violence intervention, education, elderly and animal support, and poverty and hunger prevention.Read more
Student co-chairs for the Junior Symphony Ball (JSB) presented Dallas Symphony Orchestra League (DSOL) president Anne Ligon with a $238,432 check.
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Holland Roden, a former Hockaday and HPHS student lives in a van, even with her acting career rolling.
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