The Show

Each year, Harriton High School Student Council puts on our well-renowned, school-wide charity talent show in late February, Dr. Harriton. The event features 10 student contestants who perform dances, talents, and other exciting acts in hopes of being crowned as the next Dr. Harriton. Dr. Harriton is the biggest event at our school, with over 1,000 attendees every year(virtually this year, so we anticipate more). Last year’s show was a success, raising over $15,000 for charity. We are hoping to continue this trend for Dr. Harriton 2022, our 15th annual show. All proceeds from the event help make education more financially accessible by going toward the Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund, which awards need-based scholarships to recent graduates of Lower Merion and Harriton High School, and Sean A Hughes Children’s Trust, funds being made in honor of the beloved Lower Merion principal.

Meet Your 2022 Contestants!

Here are the contestants for Dr. Harriton 2022!

  • Sam Groover
  • Jason Dichter
  • Holly Montesino
  • Sophie Baskin
  • Carter Wolfgang
  • Josh Smith
  • Brad Garber
  • Philippe Latour
  • Lucas Glozman
  • Hugo Paulet

A Fundraiser For World-Changing Causes

This year, we’ve chosen two incredible non-profit organizations to direct the show’s funding towards.

The Lower Merion Township Scholarship Fund: The Scholarship Fund provides need-based scholarships to recent graduates of LMSD’s Harriton and Lower Merion High Schools. Since its founding in 1964, the Scholarship Fund has provided over 4,000 grants to our students, totaling over $3,000,000 toward higher education. Learn more at


Sean A Hughes Children’s Trust:The Sean A Hughes Children’s Trust raises money to support the family of the beloved Lower Merion principal Sean Hughes. Mr. Hughes was valued by many people in the Lower Merion community, and will always be remembered.


Dr. Harriton
is on...

February 25, 2022

7:00 PM at Harriton High School and on the HSC Video Streaming Portal

Watch the 2019 complete show

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