By: Megan E. Hood ‘PG Hi, I am Megan Hood from Chapin, South Carolina. I am a postgraduate student and this is my first year at Hyde. Coming to Hyde as a postgrad for me was a very big transition. I graduated from a new high school in Chapin, South Carolina called Spring Hill. At… Read more »
By Gaby Hirsch ’20 One of the most unique things about Hyde School is the family program aspect. Students aren’t the only ones doing the work, our parents and siblings work too. Students work in their Discovery Groups every week in seminars where they learn skills to better themselves and their relationships. At home, families… Read more »
Students work with music professionals at the Hyde School to hone their songwriting skills For the fourteenth consecutive year, Hyde School in Bath, Maine, is hosting a five-day music workshop, beginning on February 12 through Saturday, February 16. The Songwriter Workshop, designed for aspiring musicians interested in perfecting their musical craft in writing and producing,… Read more »
Question: Are you able to learn from a teacher whose style you dislike?
Perhaps it is relevant to note that one of the most recycled blog posts in my own writing history has to do with this topic.
Amazing how the language barrier forces you to pay close attention to eyes and expressions.
10 live listening experiences that truly opened my ears, eyes, mind, and heart
… the madness is alive and well!
“It’s hard to win while pretending not to play.”