Portrait of a Student

Our dedicated faculty and staff challenge students to excel academically. Students are equally encouraged to define their own success.

We see the complete picture and encourage students — with balance and wellness — to be their best selves and express all that they are. There’s no limit to what Flint Hill students can do.


Flint Hill students are self-directed learners who are curious, adaptable, resilient, and seek balance in all that they do. They demonstrate initiative in their learning through joyful exploration and discovery and are willing to take risks.


Flint Hill students are problem solvers who apply analytical and creative thinking skills to all aspects of their formal and informal learning. They are innovative and reflective and approach problems both independently and collaboratively.


Flint Hill students are leaders who motivate, inspire, and model positive participation. They listen actively, collaborate, and strive to bring out the best in themselves and others while serving the needs of the local and global communities.


Flint Hill students are effective communicators who express and interpret oral, written, and visual information clearly and deliberately. They consider both the intent and the impact of words and actions and modify their approaches for specific audiences and outcomes.


Flint Hill students are ethical citizens who embody the values of respect and value all equally, lead and support with compassion, act with integrity, imagine what’s possible, and blaze the trail. Recognizing their roles as global citizens, they approach the world with appreciation, empathy, and optimism and actively embrace diverse cultures, identities, experiences, and ideas.


What does it mean to be a Husky?


Patrick McHonett
Head of School
Laura Moniuszko
Percussion Teacher
Kerryann Morris
Middle School Science Teacher