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.
Now entering its 95th year, Hewitt is more than classrooms, students and teachers. Hewitt is the foundation upon which young women commence their own journeys into an ever-changing world, confident in their abilities, creative in their thinking and principled in their actions. The curious and engaged young girls, who enter in kindergarten, leave at graduation joyful, discerning and resilient women, confident that they can and will make a difference in the world because they are prepared to be architects of their own destinies.