Woodstock, CT—On May 21, Hyde School, a leader in character education, will host over 16 track teams on its Woodstock campus for the New England Private Schools Track Association (NEPSTA) Division III meet.
This will be the second year that the NEPSTA meet is being hosted on the Hyde School campus in Woodstock.
Attending teams include Bancroft School, Canterbury School, Cheshire Academy, Concord Academy, Groton School, Hebron Academy, Hyde School of Maine, Kingswood Oxford School, Lawrence Academy, Marianapolis Preparatory School, Middlesex School, Moses Brown School, Portsmouth Abbey School, Providence Country Day School, Roxbury Latin School, St. George’s School, Vermont Academy, Wheeler School, and Wilbraham and Monson Academy.
The meet will begin at 11:30 a.m. on the Grant Track & Field with throwing and jumping events. Running events will begin at 1:30 p.m.
A brief award ceremony will follow the conclusion of the meet.
The Hyde School approach to education has been developed since 1966 at the Hyde boarding campuses in Bath, Maine, and Woodstock, Connecticut, and through public school initiatives in New Haven, Connecticut, and Brooklyn and Bronx, New York. The organization, based in Bath, also includes national parenting workshops and wilderness experiences.
Ninety eight percent of Hyde School graduates are accepted to four-year colleges. To learn more about Hyde Schools, its summer leadership programs, and parenting and teen workshops, log on to Hyde.edu.