Trained Experts, Research Practitioners, Lifelong Learners
Hewitt faculty members are trained experts committed to implementing research on girls at each stage of development. Our faculty are not just teachers but research practitioners and lifelong learners who make the extraordinary journey of a Hewitt education possible. Hewitt educators are perpetual students themselves, continually seeking out the latest available information about how girls learn best and incorporating fresh knowledge into an academic approach that fosters a truly unique and lifelong sense of purpose in young women.
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- ART QA Magazine
- Creativity and Technology in Mathematics Education
- Dance Education in Practice
- Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
- Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College
- Narrative Magazine
- National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) blog
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) The Mathematics Teacher
- Teaching for Excellence and Equity in Mathematics
- Solo and group art exhibitions at galleries in New York
- Plays directed and staged at NYC Fringe Festival and regional/national theaters
- Open studio exhibitions
- New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) action research grant
- Conducting fellowship at the Atlanta Summer Conducting Institute, Georgia State University
- NYC Resistor Interactive Show
- New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) Emerging Leaders Institute
- National SEED Project (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity)
- CARLE Institute
- National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Diversity Leadership Institute
- Interschool Leadership Institute for Educators of Color
- Children's Environmental Literacy Foundation (CELF)
In this video, three middle school students share what Hewitt Robotics has taught them about building and engineering, teamwork and problem-solving, and collaboration and competition.
Watch this video interview with Noa Klein, Class of 2023, who will attend Columbia University as a Division I rowing recruit this fall.
Hewitt’s 2023 spring athletics season closed the school year with remarkable accomplishments and a special send-off.
Hewitt’s Upper School Arts Day showcased not only the incredible talent and creativity of our students, but also the skills they learn through both performing and visual arts.
Hewitt’s K-12 sustainability program teaches students about their local and global communities while encouraging them to imagine, design, and make meaningful contributions to the world around them.
Over the last several years, The Hewitt School has become a thought leader at the intersection of research, gender, education, and leadership and home to five distinct research projects that are positively impacting every Hewitt student, faculty, and staff member.
Throughout the 2022-2023 school year, the Hewitt community engaged in meaningful work dedicated to understanding the role each of us plays in forging a more inclusive and equitable future and strengthening our cultural competencies within and beyond the classroom.
I came to Hewitt sophomore year, and to say I was nervous for the first day of school would be an understatement. Then someone said hello and calmed my nerves about moving to a new school. If you remember anything from this speech let it be this: Sometimes all you need to do is say hello.
The Hewitt Alumnae Council hosted Life After Hewitt: Alumnae in Government and Nonprofits, where a panel of alumnae shared what first inspired them to pursue careers in government, nonprofits, and related fields as well as their professional accomplishments and challenges.
We are delighted to announce that Thérèse Collins will be Hewitt’s next director of admissions and enrollment management, effective July 1, 2023. Thérèse brings to Hewitt over a decade of experience working in admissions and financial aid at day and boarding schools on the East and West Coasts.