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Congratulations to the Graduates of the Class of 2024!

Wooster School held its Commencement Exercises on Friday, June 7 to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2024. These seniors join more than 3,000 alumni who have graduated since Wooster's founding in 1926. Congratulations to the Great Class of 2024 for all of their accomplishments!

Witness Stones Installation Ceremony Held At St. James Episcopal Church

The Witness Stones Installation Ceremony took place in the city of Danbury on Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at the St. James Episcopal Church at 25 West Street, Danbury, CT 06810. The 8th grade students have been learning about the complicated history of enslavement in Connecticut via their research of Patience, who was enslaved in Danbury and emancipated in 1793, as part of their participation in the Witness Stones Project.

Wooster School Theatre Receives 14 HALO Nominations!

Wooster School is participating in the 21st Annual Halo Awards, which are being held on May 28 - 30 at the Palace Theatre in Waterbury, CT.

Wooster School was recognized with 14 nominations for its productions of ALL IN THE TIMING and GUYS AND DOLLS, including “Best Contemporary Play.” This year Violet Restivo ‘26 and Will Thaler ‘24 will be performing “Sue Me” from GUYS AND DOLLS during the awards ceremony.

41st Annual Young Artists Exhibition at The Katonah Museum of Art

Wooster students, in the Class of 2024, Riley Andrea-Neuhuijs, Chloe Curvat, Alexa Dominguez, Maria Goldstein, Max Rand, Maya Wood, and Lily Zhang have work on display at The Katonah Museum of Art (KMA) this month as part of the 41st Annual Young Artists exhibition which features the work of high school seniors from public and private schools throughout the region.

High School Student Art Exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Westport

Wooster students Riley Andrea-Neuhuijs '24, Christos Chiotis ‘25, Leiana Cuartero '27, Toni Erian ‘25, Melissa Rainville ‘25, Kodi Krog-Ramos '24, Max Rand ’24, Bridee Rexford ‘27, and Alexandria Roth ’27 have work on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art Westport as part of the Winter Exhibition, Through the Lens of Icons: Revisiting the Sixties.