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Virtual Event Series

Our Virtual Admissions events are a great way to learn more about Wooster School. We provide students endless opportunities to achieve excellence and reach their unique human potential. When students leave Wooster, they’re ready to make college the investment it should be, confident in who they are and who they want to be.

Will Thaler '24 - Experience Excellence at Wooster

Middle and Upper School Panel - The Student Experience

A panel of students across Middle and Upper School will share their Wooster stories and answer questions about the student experience. Our students will showcase our unique community and culture while describing the opportunities they have seized to try new things, build confidence, and reach their unique human potential.

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Senior Panel - The Upper School Experience

Members of the Class of 2024 shared their unique Wooster stories and answered questions about the Upper School experience. Diverse in background and interests, each has achieved excellence in their own way, discovering their unique potential and readiness for college and beyond. True to Wooster’s focus on student leadership, the panel was be moderated by our Seniors themselves.

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Middle School Panel - The Middle School Experience

Wooster’s Middle School is a 5th - 8th grade experience where every student achieves excellence and reaches their full potential. Hear first from three of our Middle School teachers, and then a panel of students across 5th - 8th grades, about how Middle School can be fun, engaging, and rigorous, all at the same time.

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Bridge Program Panel - The Bridge Program Experience

Wooster's Bridge Program is a mainstream Middle School and High School program for students with language-based, executive function, and attention-related learning differences. The program is built around Wooster’s commitment to inclusivity, and gives students the confidence and skills for a lifetime of learning.

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