Bath, ME (Vocus) March 3, 2010
Hyde schools summer character development programs are for teenagers ages 13-18. These programs blend thrilling outdoor experiences with a dynamic leadership and character development programs. Hyde’s summer programs are dynamic and provide a positive peer culture that encourages students to honor one another for their effort and attitude: everyone is part of the “in-crowd.”
Imagine teens climbing the highest mountain peak in Maine, canoeing along Maine’s pristine rivers, enhancing their musical or artistic talents… discovering that they have them for the first time, or even mentoring young people with challenges. We’re talking about Hyde Schools summer programs for teens…the best alternative for early-bird summer planners. Check it out and get ready for an exciting summer! Hyde Schools summer programs are for teens that;
- Fancy themselves as a bit of a philosopher or debater.
- Have wondered what exactly “liberal arts” are.
- Wonder how bright the stars really are with the pollution of the city lights.
- Want a transformative summer experience.
- Wondered if they REALLY know what it takes to give back.
- Want to get a head start for having good college choices.
Teens and parents should check out our 2010 Summer Program Offerings and take the first step in being part of a summer programs that helps teens reach beyond their grasp.
Contact Cindi Smith at 207-443-7101 or casmith(at)hyde(dot)edu for more information.
About Hyde School
Hyde School was founded 44 years ago on the premise that attitude, effort, and the development of character are keys to helping students reach their fullest potential. Between 96 and 98 percent of Hyde graduates attend four-year colleges.
Hyde believes that living a sustained life and pursuing your fullest potential requires exploring the unknown, taking some learning risks, and stopping to reflect on what you learned about yourself along the way.
Since the founding of its first school in 1966 in Bath, Maine, Hyde School has grown to include its boarding campus in Woodstock, Connecticut, and public schools in Washington DC and Bronx, New York.