Our chaplain offers guidance on our school's observance of Ash Wednesday on February 18, and on the meaning of the feast and the season of Lent. Click the headline for details.
When a snow-day mishap left a second grader in a leg cast, some upper school buddies reached out with love, empathy--and a party!
The Bard is alive and well at St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's. Please click here for an important letter about the remaining weeks of the Shakespeare rehearsal process and here for the costume requirements for your child.
On Thursday, Feb. 19, we paid tribute to our eighth grade boys, who played their last basketball game as Hawks, finishing the season undefeated.
Many of you have been asking if the Boston trip will be impacted by the weather. We do not anticipate that it will be, but click here for a letter that outlines our policy about the weather and announces a change in chaperones. Here is the permission slip if you'd like to review some of the logistical details.
Gr. 7 and 8 have arrived safely in Boston and all is going well. Here is a letter from the Boston Chaperones and Ms. Rabbino with a lengthier update. Here is a link to the slideshow (which is in its beginning stages and will be updated throughout the trip). Click here for a short video from Virginia Connor!
The seventh and eighth grade girls' basketball team (13-1) concluded their season by playing a halftime scrimmage at the Columbia University vs. Brown women's game on Friday evening. We are sad to say goodbye to our eighth grade athletes but grateful for their contribuation to the team.
Students in grades 1-3 can sign up to participate in this year's spring production.
Come celebrate the beginning of spring with a beach-themed Ice Cream Social for Gr. 4 and 5 on Thursday, March 12. It will be the first in our new cafeteria! Here is a letter from Ms. Rabbino with the details.
The Parents' Association is sponsoring Hoopla THIS Saturday!
This month, student artwork celebrated the lives of important women in American history and challenged traditional conceptions of women in the media.
St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's initiated a second food drive, this time in February, to coincide with the 100th day of school and help combat the growing problem of hunger in New York City. Each grade was challenged to bring in 100 food items for two of our neighboring food pantry organizations, and the results were inspiring!
The baseball, softball, and track teams have been working hard in the preseason in preparation for the upcoming NYCAL seasons. While the baseball and softball teams have been working on hitting, fielding, and pitching indoors, our track runners finally had a chance enjoy the winter thaw and hit the trails of Riverside Park. We look forward to early April to open our spring seasons.
St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's mourns the loss of Eugenia M. Flatow, mother of Dr. Evan Flatow, the president of our Board of Trustees, who died in her home on March 5, 2015, at the age of 93.
Today in chapel, our 7-8 boys' basketball team (15-0) were awarded with NYCAL medals and team sweatshirts. The girls basketball team also received medals for their league championship.