Wooster students currently taking the Deep Learning Initiative course Complexity and Life, using a tutorial process, worked in research teams to document and assess mammal, bird, wildflower, and pollinator diversity on our campus.
Simone Prodoti '24 and Harrison Gordon '21 have each been honored for their submissions in local exhibitions. Way to go Simone and Harrison!
Wooster School's athletic celebrations are a unique experience. The athletics department continues to seek ways to balance the "team" experience with that of the "individual." Finding room for student-athletes, coaches, and parents to reflect and share their favorite memories is a community and team building exercise and one that we feel is important to the success of our program.
From 5th Grade to College: Planning, Parenting, and Partnering Your Way to a Healthy and Successful Journey for Your Child
Join Matt Byrnes, Head of School, at the Ridgefield Library on Wednesday, December 11 at 7:00 pm, for wine, cheese, and a conversation about how to better understand what success in college means, how the process works, and how we can best manage the journey through adolescence and school to a successful outcome.
It has been gratifying to learn that the things that make Wooster School stand apart from other schools, the strongest elements of our community, culture, and programs, are also what parents most want. Learn more at our Open House on Tuesday, December 3 at 6:00 pm.