- SatSep05 No Student Activities - Labor Day Weekend
- SunSep06 No Student Activities - Labor Day Weekend
- MonSep07 Labor Day - SCHOOL CLOSED
- TueSep08 College Guidance Series 2015: Uniqueness in an Applicant Pool of Sameness 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMRidgefield Library
On Friday, September 4, 2015, the official start to Wooster School's 90th year began. The entire school gathered in the Forever Young Gymnasium for this special event. The youngest and oldest students in our community gathered, with kindergarteners and seniors sitting together, displaying how strong of a community we are.
The preseason practices are over; students have returned to the Wooster campus; the weather still feels like summer, but the fall sports season is about to begin! Upper and Middle School students will begin competing in cross country, football, soccer, and volleyball!
Wooster School and The Ridgefield Library are excited to announce that they will be co-sponsoring a College Admissions Speaker Series for 2015. As applicant pools expand exponentially with the advent of the Common Application, concerns about tuition costs grow, and questions about the real versus perceived value of the "prestige factor" of colleges comes in to sharper focus, parents and students need all the help that they can get to understand how to engage in a process that is healthy, realistic, and designed to maximize the value of the college investment.
Members of the Class of 2015 will soon be on their way to colleges and universities across the U.S. Look where they are headed...
Rick Demers is known around the Wooster School campus by students, campers, counselors, faculty, and staff alike as 'Chef Rick.' During the school year, he is Wooster's Chef Manager, but during the summer, Chef Rick shares what he learned at Culinary Institute of America with his Summer at Wooster campers, in a cooking class designed for campers as young as entering second grade.