French, science, and geography were just a few of the subjects making an appearance at the Lower School Spelling Bee.
Upper school students debated the pros and cons of the Columbian Exchange, the period in which cultural and biological exchanges were made between the New and Old Worlds.
Canine Companions for Independence visited lower school to share how their non-profit organization enhances the lives of people with disabilities.
Upper school students celebrated the arts with an entire day devoted to creativity and design.
Heartfelt expressions of gratitude, joyful seasonal songs, and ugly sweaters made the annual Thanksgiving assembly truly memorable.
The Wellington community demonstrated its boundless Jag pride this week, raising $184,920 in a single day for the annual fund.
After researching the history and impact of some of the world’s most famous pandemics, upper school students shared their newfound insight in class.
Aquila Simmons ‘19 received the Richard J. O’Hara Endowed Award during the 2017 Wellington Honors Convocation ceremony. She chose Community Refugee and Immigration Services (CRIS) to receive the donation.