Brave learners, thinkers, and doers. Wildwood teaches students the critical skills they need to transform themselves, others, and our global communities.


Inside Wildwood

Wildwood Hosts PEN (Progressive Education Network) Conference: 150 educators from PS1 Pluralistic School, Westland School, Children's Community School, and Wildwood School participated in workshops such as mindfulness, design thinking, and progressive philosophy, technology integration.

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Our students—armed with confidence and curiosity—are boldly driven by the vision of a greater world they know they can create.

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Why Wildwood?

Noah challenges himself to find the outer limits of what he understands. He discovered that the key to developing expertise is about learning what to do when you get in over your head.

We unleash explorers

We encourage originality

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Learn more about Wildwood Outreach programs for educators.

Workshops

The Wildwood approach works; making public and private schools better is central to the Outreach Center's mission.

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The Head's Perspective

Landis explains how research and review led naturally to a proposal for an integrated, transdisciplinary K-12 Global Competence and World Languages program.

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The Wildwood Way

Wildwood Division One Math Teacher Drew Brody, is helping 6th graders change their minds—literally—about their mathematical abilities.

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Wildwood Community

Seniors Julia B., Lily B., and Grace K., wanted to demonstrate their commitment to the women and girls they met during their International Community Involvement (ICI) travels to Nepal.

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"I see myself as a scientist. But if you ask me if I'm a writer, a historian, a musician—I'd say yes—because at Wildwood, I've learned to love every subject."

– Nanak Nihal Khalsa '16, Vassar College

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