All of our admission events this year will be held virtually in the best interest of everyone's health and safety. Each event will be curated to match the interests of our applicants and will provide an overview of our school. Through hearing from our community, we hope you are able to get to know St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's.
Families are invited to sign up for an optional guided virtual tour at any point in the process. No application is required to join a tour. Parents may also choose to take a self-guided virtual tour, should that be their preference.
Prospective families interested in senior kindergarten for the 2022-2023 academic are invited to register for a virtual spring tour. These one-on-one sessions will be led by a member of the admission office who will "walk through" the classrooms and facilities while discussing the curriculum, mission and values of the school. Tours are approximately 45 minutes and include a time for questions.
Welcome Wednesdays: Spotlight Early Childhood (Beginners, Nursery, Junior Kindergarten)
Select Wednesdays in April and May.
Join us for a 30 minute introduction to the St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s early childhood program. Learn more about our playbased program that fosters confidence, friendship and joy, led by trained educators who cherish these formative years. Our Episcopal tradition values community and a diversity of perspectives represented in the Morningside Heights, Harlem and Upper West Side neighborhoods.
Welcome Wednesdays: Elementary (Grades 1-7)
Select Wednesdays in April and May
Join us for a 30 minute introduction to the St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s Lower School and Upper Division in-person programs. Learn more about how we make traditional education relevant in today’s world. In our 80,000 square foot building, students engage in special subject classes such as science, greenhouse, woodshop, studio art, music, physical education and athletics, and world language as a complement to their studios in language arts, math and social studies.
Our Episcopal tradition values community and a diversity of perspectives represented in the Morningside Heights, Harlem and Upper West Side neighborhoods.