Wooster School: we are making thinking visible and minding what matters.
Wooster has established itself as a model school for the modern era. Our purpose is to prepare young people for fulfillment, happiness, and success in life through the rigorous and healthy development of intellect, conscience, body, and spirit.
The Wooster School community fosters a culture rich in thinking, learning, relationships, and Self-Help. Our students develop the skills, dispositions, and knowledge necessary to confidently and resiliently engage the world as people of conscience, compassion, and action.
We are a community of thinkers and learners who understand that only through our own pursuit of knowledge about human behavior, learning, brain science, and best practice can we continually improve the experiences and learning of our students.
At Wooster School, our learning environment is built on the bedrock of relationships because we know that people learn best, and thrive, when they feel physically, intellectually, and emotionally safe. Students learn about community at Wooster by having to be an active part of one.
Because we believe that Wooster is the best school environment for all children, and a model of intelligent, research-based teaching and learning, we are committed to providing the opportunity of a Wooster education to as diverse a student population as possible. We continue to foster relationships within and outside of our school community that will help us to leverage unique opportunities for learning and growth.
We believe that deeper learning takes place when students feel connected to each other and their teachers. We value the learning process and are very intentional about developing programs that build knowledge, skills, and dispositions, and help students make connections to each other and to what they're learning.
Get to know why learning, relationships, community, compassion, and action matter so much at Wooster.
Join us at one of our hour long information sessions this summer (July 23, July 24, or August 14) to learn more! To register, please visit: http://woosterschool.org/summerinfo.