The Hyde approach is unlike any other. We believe that all children, regardless of their neighborhood, race, or income, are gifted with special talents to offer the world, and that school is a place for students to develop the skills and mindsets needed to become their best selves. Furthermore, we assert that human beings are more complex than annual data points, and that the fulfillment of a person’s life correlates not simply to test scores, but even more so to their relationships with others and the content of their character.
With our Family-Based Character Education Model, we focus on helping students develop their character and the skills they need for life through rigorous academics, self-discovery, and family involvement. This distinct model is guided by our K-12 character program, including the Hyde Words, Principles, and Priorities.