Join us for a four-part series that explores the philosophy behind our curriculum, the importance of faith in a school setting, our ongoing work related to Diversity Equity and Inclusion and guidance for parents as they prepare to make a decision about the next steps for their child.
Part one in our event series will be held virtually on October 13 from 8-9 p.m. This live event will be hosted by Head of School, Virginia Connor, and include members of our School community. Whether new to learning about St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's or already familiar with our School, this Open House is intended for all parents interested in the philosophy and guiding principles that shape the School's curriculum and programs.
Part two in our event series will be held virtually on November 17 from 8-9 p.m. This live event will be hosted by Head of School, Virginia Connor, and include members of our community and affiliated religious leaders. The Role of Faith in a School Setting will examine how the founding values of the school, rooted firmly in the Episcopal tradition, create a culture of respect and provide each member of our community with a strong understanding of expectations toward scholastic pursuits and a keen understanding of one's role within the School and society at-large.
Part three in our event series will be held virtually on December 8 from 8-9 p.m. Join members of our school community for a discussion about our ongoing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) work and how we are living the mission of our founder, Mother Ruth, in today's world.
The final event in our series will bring the conversation full circle as parents prepare to make decisions regarding selecting their child's school. Hosted by Head of School, Virginia Connor, this event will highlight stories from within our own community about the importance of choosing the right school for your family.
Families are invited to sign up for a guided virtual tour at any point in the process. No application is required to join a tour. Guided virtual tours are led by a member of the admission team. Tours last about 45 minutes and includes time for questions.