St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s is a school for children. We welcome boys and girls as young as 2 for our early childhood and elementary programs.
Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership team is dedicated to helping faculty foster an authentically multicultural school community for the benefit of all students and families.
Fourth graders set out to participate in the 20th annual “A Day in the Life of the Hudson,” joining over 5,000 students and scientists at 90 sites up and down the Hudson River, from Troy Dam to New York Harbor, collectively exploring and gathering data from the river, in real time.
Cross-curricular learning unfolds between seventh grade english students and French teacher and cultural scholar, Ms. Vincenot-Dash. She visited with the english students to share her interpretation of The Necklace, a short story originally written in French by Guy de Maupassant in 1884.
One of the primary goals of technology classes at St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's is to integrate technology instruction into the classroom curriculum. The second grade does a year-long study of the seven continents, their geography, native animals as well as the cultures of the people who live there. Ms. Blake has aligned her curriculum to include technologies from around the world.
There are many different people who help students become lifelong readers. A child’s parents, teachers, and peers all contribute to that child’s life of reading through bedtime stories, the first book read independently, conversations about favorite books, and other milestones on the journey to shaping a life-long love of literature. But one very important step in the life of a young reader happens right here in the C. V. Starr Library at St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s.
Rehearsals are in full swing as seventh and eighth graders prepare for their upcoming performance of A Wrinkle in Time, an adaptation of the classic science fiction novel written by former faculty member, Madeleine L’Engle.
These titles have recently been acquired by the Library and are now available for holds and in-person checkout. Popular titles are available in multiple formats (audiobook, eBook and print). Digital titles are accessible online via Sora.
In this fifth installment of our ongoing Faculty Chats series, Ms. Rocker chats with Stephen Abel about what he loves about teaching English and Performing Arts.
This past summer, Brass Band Director Sam Nestor's music took him on a new adventure: to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, where he was the artist-in-residence in a position made possible by the National Parks Art Foundation, which offers month-long fellowships to select artists.
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