How much more could your child learn in a class of 12?
Middle and high school are the foundation for the rest of our lives. These are years to experiment and discover more of who we are and who we want to be. They're a time to build close relationships with friends and teachers. They're years to look back at and say "That school changed my life."
We hope this is the experience you're having. If it's not, or if you're just curious as to how school could be more, we invite you to discover how Wooster is thinking about school differently and setting its graduates up for success in the 21st century world.
Virtual Admissions Series
We are excited to offer a series of Admission events for you to learn more about Wooster School. As you will hear from the mouths of our students, parents, faculty, and alumni, our school focuses on what really matters: knowing our students as individuals and validating their unique strengths and talents; providing learning opportunities that are supported and built to develop confidence and the skills for college and life; and, at the foundation of this all, close relationships with a talented and caring faculty -- the type of teachers who inspire and can change one’s life.
Middle School Bridge Program
Join Wooster's Team for a session on our Middle School Bridge Program, a unique mainstream learning opportunity for students with language-based learning differences. Hear from our teachers, parents, and students as to how the program helps Middle Schoolers develop the skills, confidence, and self-advocacy for Upper School and beyond.
Senior Panel - The Upper School Experience
Student Ambassador Prefect, Kat Mancinone '21 and her classmates tell their unique Wooster stories, whether they are "lifers" and have been here since Lower School, or joined our community mid-way through their Upper School experience.
Joulé Bazemore and Barb Coleman lead a session on Wooster's Bridge Program, a unique opportunity for students with language-based learning disabilities. Hear from our teachers and our Bridge students as to how the program helped them develop authentic confidence as preparation for college and beyond.
Middle School Panel - The Middle School Experience
Join long-time Middle School teachers and Deans, Pete Lingenheld and Sarah Acheson, as they facilitate a panel explaining how our program helps students build the skills they need for Upper School, and provides them the opportunities and support to develop confidence in who they are and who they want to be.
Faculty & Administration Panel
Join Wooster's Director of Divisions, Dr. Diane Martin, as she leads a discussion with key Wooster administrators and teachers, as to the relationships and community that are at the heart of what we do, and how we design our program to develop students' confidence and the skills for college and life.