BATH, ME; Woodstock, CT—Hyde School, a national leader in leadership development and character-based education for teenagers, will host an admission reception on Thursday, April 7 from 6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. at 53 State St. in Boston. The event will offer a presentation to inform parents and prospective students of Hyde’s unique approach to developing character and leadership skills in college-bound teenagers at its two boarding schools located in Woodstock, Connecticut and Bath, Maine.
There will be a short presentation about Hyde School facilitated by one of America’s top parenting experts and executive director of Hyde Schools Laura Gauld, the co-author of the award-winning parenting book, The Biggest Job We’ll Ever Have.
Guests are encouraged to talk to faculty, administrators and current and alumni students to learn more about Hyde Schools’ academic, art, songwriter, skills, summer and athletic programs.
Summer leadership programs are offered through Hyde Schools, beginning July 1.
Known for its success in developing leadership skills in teenagers, Hyde School offers students in grades 9–12 and post-graduate studies, a strong academic curriculum, a wide range of sports, a performing arts program, plus many enrichment programs, including the Hyde Wilderness Program located on its 600-acre wilderness preserve in Eustis, Maine, and AP and honors courses. Hyde also offers a family program.
The Hyde School in Bath, Maine is well-known for its annual Singer-songwriter Workshop, where well-known musicians and music producers, such as Michael McDonald, John Hiatt, and Don Cook work with students for one week to hone music skills.
Hyde School was founded 45 years ago on the premise that attitude, effort, and the development of character are keys to helping students reach their fullest potential. Ninety-eight percent of Hyde graduates are admitted to four-year colleges.
Since the founding of its first school in 1966 in Bath, Maine, Hyde School has grown to include another boarding campus in Woodstock, Connecticut, and public schools in Washington DC, Brooklyn, and Bronx, New York and New Haven, Connecticut.