Wellington students celebrated Black History Month learning about the accomplishments of African Americans and their vast contributions to our country.
Shakespeare’s classic existential tale of betrayal, revenge, and communal tragedy received a humorous abridgment when upper schoolers performed Tom Stoppard’s “15-Minute Hamlet.”
Head of Middle School Erin Noviski led a daylong workshop for independent school educators on “The Why & How of Well-being.”
Wellington divers Taso Callanan ’21 and Eric Jacques ’18 made a splash at the Division II Diving Championship.
During Random Acts of Kindness Week, lower school students wholeheartedly joined the celebration.
The Wellington International Student Experience, or WISE, creates opportunities for students to engage in long-term global projects and travel to an international destination at no additional cost to tuition.
Wellington student musicians received superior and excellent ratings at the Solo & Ensemble competition hosted by the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) at Reynoldsburg High School’s Summit Campus. The competition gives young musicians the opportunity to experience performing live before a judge and earning a rating for a resume or college application, thus playing an […]