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Read about the positive impact made by our youngest elementary school activists and the amazing work by upper school students in Wildwood's Environmental Change and Policy Senior Seminar.

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Izzy is getting more in tune with her instincts. Building connections between the things in the classroom and what they mean to her helps Izzy understand how her character shapes how she learns.

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The Head's Perspective

Head of School Landis Green reflects on Wildwood's role in the Mastery Transcript Consortium as an early-adopter of "competency-based transcripts."

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The Wildwood Way

Educators are always welcome to visit and learn from Wildwood School. In the latest Wildwood Way blog, Director of Outreach Steve Barrett discusses visitors that he's hosted already this year.

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Wildwood Community

Students from the Human Rights Senior Seminar reflect on their recent visit to the Doctors Without Borders Forced From Home exhibit.

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"A Wildwood student is inquisitive, creative, and self-motivated. A Wildwood teacher is a mentor, not a lecturer. A Wildwood alum is a lifelong learner."

– Owen Leddy '15, University of Chicago

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