Our work, foundational in nature, shapes lives of meaning and raises children to become loving, caring, and thoughtful students and members of their community.
“I am determined to continue our work to educate children who will one day, as Mother Ruth said years ago, ‘tear down the walls and divisions that separate people of different cultures, creeds, and classes.’”
The St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's faculty connects with students and parents through a musical tribute.
In Chapel, Lower Division French Teacher Deb Jordan-Levy discussed the importance of learning about different Francophone countries while studying the language.
On Valentine’s Day, early childhood students reconnected with their former eighth grade buddies, reminding the school’s newest alumni that they still have many friends at St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s.
“JEDI provided me with tools and credentials to be a change-maker and a true leader inside of our building, all while holding that identity confidently.”
“This is an important reminder that while we are members of our school community, we are also part of a larger community of educators all dedicated to inspiring and educating children to become their best selves.”
Growing up as a student in England, Jas Thodiyil saw mathematics all around her.“I see mathematics as one's second language,” Ms. Thodiyil says. “Everybody uses math in their daily lives, either consciously or unconsciously.”
46% percent of students come from diverse ethnic backgrounds
5:1 Student to Teacher Ratio
71%Faculty Hold Advanced Degrees
80,000 Square-foot Self-Contained Campus