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The theme is Connection with engaging articles about our Parent Education Program, Elementary Visual Arts, and a new section called “Giving Voice.”

 

 


Camera Obscura Art Lab Names Grace Hwang Studio Artist-In-Residence

Wildwood middle school art teacher Grace Hwang's current artistic focus is on the 1992 Los Angeles Uprising, as the 25th anniversary nears. Her residency at Camera Obscura culminates on April 15.

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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.

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The Head's Perspective

Landis Green reflects on how Wildwood’s core principle of depth over breadth in the middle and upper school is manifest through a Holocaust survivor’s visit the week before The Sound of Music opens.

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The Wildwood Way

Four veteran Wildwood teachers embarked on an important adventure as the inaugural mentors to four graduate teaching candidates from the USC Rossier School of Education.

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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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– Nanak Nihal Khalsa '16, Vassar College

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