Brave learners, thinkers, and doers. Wildwood teaches students the critical skills they need to transform themselves, others, and our global communities.
Inspired by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, the first World Leadership Forum highlighted Wildwood School's commitment to multicultural and global citizenship work.Back to Newsroom
Fifth Grade Social Justice Work on Display at Local Businesses: Combining art and activism, student "artivists" created posters that combined photography and original poetry during their social justice project that explored unjust and oppressive systems.Back to Newsroom
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Noah challenges himself to find the outer limits of what he understands. In 9th grade, Noah discovered that the key to developing expertise is about learning what to do when you get in over your head.
Building Global Citizens—A Commitment to Cultivating Generations of Socially Responsible Students
To the Power of "Why?"—Curiosity-Driven Learning in Wildwood's Middle School Science
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Head of School Landis Green shares his observations on supporting students in their college process.
One of the best ways to deepen learning is by teaching—both knowledge, and skills—to someone else. Researchers call this the protégé effect, which is essential in student learning at Wildwood.
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There is nothing like an engaging author visit to ignite the desire for story and storytelling. Read about the impact authors Ellen Oh and Jason Reynolds had on our students.
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