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STEM at Wildwood

Students learn more deeply when they are engaged in working on challenges that inspire them. Wildwood’s progressive approach to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is designed to nurture curiosity in our youngest students, provide opportunities to strengthen skills throughout the middle school years, and build the confidence and abilities to launch the next generation of innovators, inventors, and leaders in our upper school students and graduates. 

Whether taking part in classroom projects, participating in a variety of student clubs and summer camps, or solving complex real world issues as members of the Institutes at Wildwood, students of all levels learn to take risks, engage in scientific thinking, and apply their understanding to the world’s problems.


WIE Member Yuji W. ‘22 Codes

Upper school student Yuji W. uses the skills he’s developed in the Wildwood Institute for Entrepreneurship (WIE) to teach younger elementary students how to code.


Wildwood’s approach to STEM is inquiry-focused, project-based, and student-centered.


Applied Math and Science = Smooth Sailing