Mary Grimes Hutchison was ahead of her time in 1902 when she founded a girls’ school in Memphis to develop young women who were resilient, independent thinkers. Today Hutchison continues to be a leader in girls' education, producing graduates who are intellectually curious and inspired to lead. Hutchison girls exhibit poise and confidence; they are empowered to reach their full potential.
Dedicated faculty leverage the recognized advantages of an all-girl learning environment
, encouraging each girl to find her voice and take risks without fear of failure. Girls develop a balanced perspective and view leadership
through a lens that encompasses their community and beyond.