Sustainability at The Hill School
At The Hill School, the term sustainability means having policies and strategies that meet our present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Another definition created by John Elkington suggests that sustainable organizations measure their success not only based on financial performance but also by their impact on the broader economy, the environment, and on the society in which they operate.
The Hill School is striving to increase efficiency and minimize waste. These endeavors not only help to reduce operational costs, but also to further The Hill School’s mission. As a school, The Hill is committed to serving the common good and preparing students to lead as citizens of the world. Upon graduation, students will enter a world with a limited amount of resources and a growing population. Informing students about conserving energy and efficiently using resources will aid Hill graduates in making complicated decisions in both their personal and professional lives.
For questions regarding sustainability, please contact High Meadows Chair of Sustainability Bill Yinger'95 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of Hill's sustainability program is to prepare students to tackle complex environmental, economic, and social challenges by:1. Raising awareness and promoting the greater good
2. Integrating sustainability into all aspects of community life
3. Providing opportunities for education, leadership, and service