Brave learners, thinkers, and doers. Wildwood teaches students the critical skills they need to transform themselves, others, and our global communities.
Wildwood's Elementary Math Program Has a Rich History as a Hands-On, Problem-Solving-Based Approach to the Subject
Parents Learned How to Recognize Implicit Bias and Lessen its Impact at the Multicultural Community Dialogue
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Nnenna loves figuring out how everything works. Exploring systems gives Nnenna a way to dig deeper into all her passions: from biology to family, friends, and all points in between.
Pod Students Affecting Positive Change: A Sense of HomeWhat do kindergarteners and 1st graders (Pod students) know about helping former foster children find a sense of belonging in the world?
The Art of Collaboration—an Alumni ReflectionJames Dayton '14 reflects on how Wildwood taught him how to appreciate collaboration and why it's a necessity.
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Intentional kindness—Head of School Landis Green reflects on how Wildwood prepares our students to bring empathy and kindness to the world.
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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