“I’m grateful for all the basic needs I had considered necessities prior to our trip: cold drinking water, warm showers, a bed, hygiene, and the list goes on. By forfeiting these luxuries I was able to fully immerse myself in a culture that exposed me to how the greatness of human potential lies in community…. Read more »
By Wilderness Faculty Michelle Beebe Winter has been busy for the Hyde Wilderness Department. We finished the decks to our winter yurts and Mother Nature has graced us with at least four feet of snow. This gives us ample opportunity for snowshoeing, skiing, and, you guessed it…shoveling! We’ve run different programs here on the Black… Read more »
By Gaby Hirsch ’20 To me, the word confidence is being able to trust yourself and your abilities. Confidence is something that many teenagers seek to find, especially within ourselves. Self-esteem is something I have struggled with for as long as I can remember. Coming to Hyde last winter, I did not trust my self,… Read more »
Aristotle’s construct defines moral behavior as the mean between two extremes – deficiency at one end, excess at the other.
College is the appetizer… Life is the main course.
I humbly present the OK Boomer 2019 Playlist.
Push come to shove, the best part of my job is watching what our students do after they go out into the world.
So tell me students, what are your conversations like with faculty these days?
1973 – A month before enrolling in the Summer Challenge Program, 14-year-old Rob Schuller ’78 wrote the following application essay: When I went to visit Hyde School a few weeks ago, I really liked the people, the surroundings, and the full academic program. It just made me feel that I really wanted to be a… Read more »