Community Partnerships

hblogojust-iconAs part of our commitment to place-based education, The Hawbridge School actively builds partnerships with community groups and organizations. The growing members of this group lend their time and expertise to the school, sharing a wealth of knowledge, information and experience with our students. The Hawbridge partnerships serve as a support network for students and teachers and allow the school to provide a wide assortment of learning experiences.

Hawbridge Dines

Once per month, students have the opportunity to have lunch with their friends at The Eddy Pub and enjoy great conversation while partaking in locally grown, seasonal dishes which includes an entree, sides, dessert, and a beverage.  All students participating are strongly encouraged to wear business casual attire. Information about participation in this program is provided at the beginning of the school year.

Sax Connex Internship Program

Through the SaxConnex Internship Program, Hawbridge juniors and seniors have the opportunity to intern with businesses in the Saxapahaw community.  Participants have included Alamance County Sheriff’s Office, Alamance Regional Medical Center, Buckner Steel, Camp Chestnut Ridge, Cane Creek Farm, Culture Mill, The Eddy Pub,  Eli Whitney Fire Department, Haw River Farmhouse Ales, Left Bank Butchery, Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Paws 4ever Animal Sanctuary, Saxapahaw General Store, Saxapahaw Village Kids, Starberry Farm, and TerraStay.

Benefits of a SaxConnex Internship:

  • Career exploration and experience
  • High school credit
  • Leadership and communication skills development
  • Networking

For more information about any of these programs, please contact Elizabeth Osborne at eosborne@hawbridgeschool.org