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Edward E. Ford Foundation Awards Transformative Leadership Grant to Wildwood's Institute Model ProgramThe $250,000 matching grant from the Edward E. Ford Foundation will help launch the new Institute for Social Good and Community Leadership in the fall.
National Geographic Explorer and Rainforest Connection founder Topher White teaches 8th graders how to detect illegal logging in the Amazon on their smartphones in real time.
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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.
Drawing Connections with Elementary Visual ArtsConnections across disciplines are vital at Wildwood. The Visual Arts program aims to promote mastery over materials and artistic fundamentals while incorporating elements of other disciplines into its rich curriculum.
Shaped by Wildwood—an Alumni ReflectionKelsey Weber '09 reflects on how Wildwood taught her to be a critical thinker, an innovative doer, a global citizen, and a collaborative peer.
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Head of School Landis Green discusses why Wildwood School has never offered AP courses.
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 parent writes about her son's experience testifying in front of the FDA, advocating for treatments for Epidermolysis Bullosa, a rare genetic disorder that he was born with.
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