The Hewitt School is a college preparatory school for girls in kindergarten through grade twelve, founded in 1920. The school is located in Manhattan, near Central Park and the Museum Mile, and draws students from the tri-state area. Hewitt girls are bright, enthusiastic, and filled with potential. They are the center of a vigorous educational program that engages girls’ minds and hearts through inquiry, collaboration, and active learning. Each girl explores her talents and interests and discovers new ones in a vibrant community that encourages her unique contributions. At Hewitt, every girl is known and valued. At present, there are 525 students enrolled with a student-teacher ratio of 6.5:1.