How Hyde Teaches Character

We teach character.  The traditional approach for preparing students for college is focused on rewarding students with the best aptitude, greatest talent, and biggest achievements.  But what about character?  Hyde Schools were founded in 1966 for those students who want something more—at Hyde, students develop their best attitude, make their best effort, and grow into their strongest and most capable selves, which includes a successful education.

Character is the key to success.  Before our students can know what they can do, they must first understand who they are.  Hyde expects families to participate in the learning process with their students, and everyone in our community works to develop those qualities that best help us to succeed—Courage, Integrity, Leadership, Curiosity and Concern.

It’s a rewarding way to teach and to learn, and we invite you to visit Hyde and see for yourself what a difference a Hyde education can make for your family.

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