Do you want to finish this school year strong or start the next school year off on your best foot?
Bath, ME (Vocus) February 2, 2010
Hyde School, a national leader in character education, will host a February Open House on Monday, February 15 from 11:00a.m. until 1:00p.m. on its campus located at 616 High Street in Bath. Activities will begin in the campus mansion, where guests will be greeted by Hyde faculty, students, and parents.
Campus tours will be held for the first hour of the event. Guests will then enjoy refreshments and some informal time learning about Hyde’s character and leadership development approach and academic, art, and athletic programs. Visitors are asked to call the admissions office to make a reservation prior to the event.
Known for its success in developing leadership skills in teenagers, Hyde School offers students in grades 9-12 and post-graduate studies, a strong academic curriculum, a wide range of sports, a performing arts program, plus many enrichment programs, including the Hyde Wilderness Program located on its 600-acre wilderness preserve in Eustis, Maine, Summer Exploration, and AP and honors courses.
Hyde School also offers a family program, in which parents and teenagers work together to build family character and pursue individual potential. The widely acclaimed Hyde School family program has been lauded for its approach to involving parents in their children’s education and personal growth and the support and guidance it provides for parents.
The Hyde School approach to education has been developed since 1966 at the Hyde boarding campuses in Bath, Maine, and Woodstock, Connecticut, and through public school initiatives in New Haven, Connecticut, Washington, DC, and Bronx, New York. The organization, based in Bath, also includes national parenting workshops and wilderness experiences.
Ninety seven percent of Hyde School graduates are accepted to four-year colleges. To learn more about Hyde Schools, its summer programs, and parenting and teen workshops, log on to http://www.hyde.edu.
For more information about this event, contact Gene Devlin in the Admission Office at 207-443-7101 or register online.