This spring, our middle school performers brought a wonderful production of Seussical Jr. to the Hewitt stage. Congratulations to the incredible actors, musicians, and crew members on this musical celebration of community, loyalty, friendship, imagination, and diversity!
"It is the touch of life upon life that matters most in a school"
These words of our founder, Caroline D. Hewitt, are a befitting introduction to The Hewitt School. Present at our school’s founding in 1920, Hewitt’s commitment to deep humanity and mutual respect remains undiminished today. At Hewitt, we believe that the key to a meaningful life is meaningful relationships with people and ideas over time. We invite you to explore our website and learn more about what makes Hewitt such a distinctive place for girls and young women to learn and grow into a world of expanding opportunity.
It is our honor to announce that Claudia Chan ’93 will deliver The Hewitt School’s 2022 Commencement address. Ms. Chan is a recognized author, professional mentor, leadership expert, entrepreneur, and mother dedicated to activating individuals and organizations to create more equitable and thriving workplaces, communities, and families.
In this video, Hewitt alumnae speak about building and running their own businesses, reflect on how Hewitt inspired them to pursue their ambitions, and share valuable advice for current Hewitt upper school students about how to succeed as entrepreneurs.
In this video interview, Caroline B., Class of 2022, reflects on the joy and sense of accomplishment she gets from writing code and building apps, and shares how her teachers have supported and encouraged her to pursue her passion for computer science at Hewitt and beyond.
Hewitt Athletics had a strong winter season that saw our J.V. basketball, varsity squash, and varsity indoor track and field teams advance to their respective AAIS playoffs, with track taking second place overall at their championship meet!
This winter, middle and upper school students put on an incredible production of Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical. Congratulations to the many talented actors, musicians, and crew members who helped bring this creative, joyful, and heartfelt performance to life!
After investigating water pollution through the lenses of equity and social justice, civic engagement, and sustainable engineering, fifth grade change-makers proposed ways for members of the Hewitt community to reduce their unsustainable impacts on freshwater systems.
During their week-long minimester, eighth graders investigated the lasting impacts of certain kinds of waste on our environment and researched the power of community activism. Students applied what they learned as they collaborated on ways to address the real-world issue of sustainable consumption at Hewitt.
Hewitt high school students are helping the Billion Oyster Project solve the local, real-world challenge of regenerating New York Harbor's oyster reefs. As community scientists, these students conduct hands-on field research and send valuable data back to the Billion Oyster Project.
At The Hewitt Games, students in kindergarten through fourth grade engaged in joyful and challenging physical activity. Throughout this friendly competition, lower school athletes had the chance to show off their hand-eye coordination, stamina, and agility, as well as leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills.