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Academy hosts eighth annual Micah Rine Wildcat Legacy Race

Oct. 10, 2018 — Harding Academy hosted the eighth annual Micah Rine Wildcat Legacy Race at 8 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13. The race began at the Academy campus and included a 5K race and 1-mile run/walk. The event is named for Micah Rine, a former Harding Academy and Harding University student who was murdered in 2009 at age 26. “Micah was a runner and loved the
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Harding moves up in U.S. News ranking among South’s best schools

Sept. 13, 2018 | Harding University has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a top university in the South, moving up three spots to 20th from 23rd for 2017. Harding has been ranked as a top school for 25 consecutive years. The rankings are in the magazine’s “Best Colleges 2019” guidebook, available Oct. 16. The University’s spot at 20th this year maintains
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Quiz Bowl team wins Junior National Academic Championship

June 15, 2018 — The Harding Academy Junior High Quiz Bowl team was named the winner of the 11th Annual Junior National Academic Championship in Chicago on Monday, June 11, 2018. Approximately 20 junior high teams from around the United States participated in the three-day national competition. “Quiz Bowl is more than memorizing facts; it involves math computation, critical thinking and teamwork,” said Kevin Ganus,
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Cannon-Clary College of Education to host Arkansas Teacher of the Year recipient

The Harding University Cannon-Clary College of Education will host Meghan Ables, Arkansas Teacher of the Year in 2016, at 4 p.m. Tuesday,  April 10, in the Watson Center in the Thornton Education Center. Ables has over 10 years of experience in the field and will share her insight with Harding education majors. “Meghan has demonstrated innovation and passion in her teaching in the promotion of
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Academy robotics team competes in China

Aug. 9, 2017 — The Academy’s Breakaway 3937 robotics team was among nine American teams invited to the 2017 China Robotics Challenge in Zhengzhou, China, on July 18-30. Blane Eaken, Evan Hall, Clara Henderson and Anna Westbrook were teamed with students from Lights Out 323, a team from Mountain Home, Arkansas, to compete using Breakaway’s robot, Dreadnought. “Our mission is to bring science, technology, engineering
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Building project announced

May 3, 2017 — On Friday, May 5, Harding Academy will break ground on an addition and renovations to its current facility. The $6 million project will help eliminate the need for portable classrooms currently in use as well as create room for growth. “We appreciate Harding University president Bruce McLarty and the board of trustees’ approval of this expansion project,” said Academy Superintendent James Simmons. “We are
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Robotics returns to World Championships for the fifth time

March 31, 2017 — Harding Academy’s robotics team Breakaway 3937 qualified for the FIRST Robotics World Championships while competing at the Bayou Regional in New Orleans from March 23-25. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) is an organization focused on inspiring young people for futures in science and engineering related fields. This is the team’s fifth time to qualify for the world championship competition
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Yearbook wins Scholastic Silver Crown 

March 30, 2017 — The Columbia Scholastic Press Association recognized Harding Academy’s yearbook, “The Wildcat” as a Scholastic Silver Crown winner at the 93rd annual Scholastic Convention on March 17 in New York. “Our yearbook staff worked with great passion and intensity and did a marvelous job,” said Superintendent James Simmons. “I am so pleased they are seeing their efforts receive great commendation.” From a national pool of
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Graduate students to pursue dual degree in pharmacy and business

August 7, 2012 | Pharmacy | MBA | The Harding University College of Pharmacy as of 2010 offers the opportunity for graduate students to receive both a degree in pharmacy and a Masters in Business Administration. The four-year pharmacy program consists of three years including a combination of didactic instruction, early pharmacy practice experiences and the final year completely of advanced pharmacy practice experiences. In
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