Who you are matters more than what you can do.
...A Brilliant Young Man Who Left Newark for the Ivy League
"I've had a perfectly wonderful evening. But this wasn't it." - Groucho Marx
Hyde can help show you what your best looks like, but...
Recently we had a parent ask, “Am I doing a good job in raising this young man, and what can I do better?” Today we wanted to share a basic checklist of things by which to evaluate and answer this question.
When I first heard about the notion of valuing both success and failure, I remember thinking, “Why would I ever want to value failure?” At that time in my life, I was very entrenched in the achievement culture.
Our most recent Biggest Job webinar was on ‘Principles over Rules.’ One of the questions that was asked was “At what age should my children come up with a set of principles?”
We caught up with Hyde-Bath alumnus Dexter Lockhart Jenks '10 from Gorham, Maine. After having discovered his unique potential for singing and songwriting at Hyde, he is now pursuing a career in the creative industries.
We caught up with alumnus Howard “Howie” Kleinberg '94, in North Miami, Florida. A Bath, Maine graduate, you can now find Howie serving up mouthwatering dishes that have been featured on popular reality TV shows.
We caught up with Richard K. Truluck, a member of the Hyde-alumni class of 1988. Originally from Colombia, South Carolina, Rich now resides in Bath, Maine with his wife and daughters on the Hyde-Bath campus.
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