Members of the Class of 2016 will soon be on their way to colleges and universities across the U.S. Look where they are headed...
Wooster School held its Commencement Exercises on Friday, June 10, 2016 to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2016. These seniors join more than 3,000 alumni who have graduated since Wooster's founding in 1926.
It was our pleasure to be with 53 Wooster School Alumni in New York City in late February! Wooster Faculty and Staff enjoyed meeting everyone in attendance and hearing your warm memories. Thanks for taking the time out of your busy schedules to join us.
Wooster School Alum, Ethan Zuckerman '89, will be returning to Wooster for a guest lecture on Friday, January 15, 2016. During his visit, he will meet with students and discuss his work with social change non-profits around the world.
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...
Wooster School held its Commencement Exercises on Friday, June 12, 2015 to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2015. These seniors join more than 3,000 alumni who have graduated since Wooster's founding in 1926. Congratulations to the Great Class of 2015 for all of their accomplishments!
Congratulations to Wooster School's Class of 2015 on their acceptance to an impressive and diverse list of colleges and universities! Many thanks and congratulations to Director of Student Advancement, Tyrone Black, for another year of excellent results!
David Gelfman '85, the creator of the Wooster windmill, was the spring visiting artist at Wooster this week. David spent the day working on license plate sculptures in the Honor Room and discussing his work with the students and faculty who stopped by. He wrapped up his visit with a presentation to the Upper School students.
Emma Mustich '07 recently returned to Wooster to spend the day with the 9th grade Humanities classes. Mustich is the Senior Editor, HuffPost Parents, a position she has held for the past three years.
Wooster School Alum, Dr. Noah Coburn '97, will be returning to Wooster for a guest lecture, tomorrow, Friday, February 20, 2015. Coburn is a socio-cultural anthropologist focusing on political structures and violence in the Middle East and Central Asia.
As a part of the Disney College Program, participants have the incredible opportunity to advance their strengths and interests, meet guests and cast members from around the country and take part in educational opportunities students can't get anywhere else.
On December 18, 2014, Wooster School's Lower School students celebrated a day of creative play with their new Imagination Playground.
Dr. Thomas B. Coburn '61 returned to visit Wooster School's campus on November 20. An expert in religious studies, Dr. Coburn was a guest lecturer in our 9th Grade Humanities classes.
Katie Hilliard of the Great Class of 2002 came back to campus last week to visit with faculty and friends and share her experience with students in the Upper School. A professional actress, Katie has been in several movies [The Embrace (2008), Long Until Gone (2011) and Betting on Baker (2015)]. Most recently, she appeared as Angie Stanton in the season premiere of Criminal Minds on CBS.
Wooster School held its Commencement Exercises on Friday, June 13, 2014, and celebrated the graduation of 32 students. These seniors join more than 3,000 alumni who have graduated since Wooster's founding in 1926.
The Amnesty International Club recently invited Tim Fitzsimons '06 to speak to the 8th through 12th grades about his experiences after graduation. Tim graduated from Tufts University, where he studied International Relations and while there was an active photojournalist. Tim is currently a freelance print, photo, and radio journalist based in Beirut, Lebanon.
Wooster School Alumnus Jordie Scheiner '09 Signs Minor League Baseball Contract with Lancaster Barnstormers
Jordie Scheiner '09 is among the most decorated baseball players to ever put on a Wooster School uniform. He earned All-League honors during all four years, he won the team's Most Valuable Player award in both his junior and senior years, and he was the recipient of the Alvah Jessup Outstanding Athlete Award at graduation.