The Wooster School Athletics' community gathered in the Forever Young Gymnasium on Tuesday night for the 13th Annual Upper School Athletic Awards Ceremony to honor the year's achievements on the courts and fields, in the classroom and in the community.
Reading is the most important skill you can teach a child. And, of all the skills a child learns, it is the one that you can influence the most. Giving children access to a wide variety of books in the home and the opportunity to select books that appeal to them is wonderful motivation for successful independent reading.
Philip's love of photography started at Summer at Wooster. When Philip was between 5th and 6th grade, he attended Summer at Wooster and took a photography enrichment session. Armed with his father's 35mm Pentax camera, he studied black & white film, processing, etc. That was the start and he never stopped taking photography classes at Wooster throughout the school year.
Wooster School is excited to announce that it has brought the Go Baby Go project to Southwestern Connecticut. Started at the University of Delaware by Dr. Cole Galloway, Go Baby Go addresses the lack of assistive technologies, in particular wheelchairs, for children under the age of 3 with mobility problems.
The American Classical League, a professional organization for classicists, sponsors annually the National Latin Exam, a standardized Latin test for high school students. This year, over 153,000 students worldwide took the National Latin Exam. 20 Wooster School students received honors on the National Latin Exam.