Outcomes speak for themselves

From Harvard to Stanford, the United States Air Force Academy to the Culinary Institute of America, New York University to Caltech, each year our graduates go in fascinating, inspiring directions. And we couldn’t be prouder. They will tell you Wellington provided the foundation they needed for success. In college, and beyond.



countries of origin for Wellington students


in scholarship dollars were awarded to the class of '23


of graduates from the class of '23 committed to participate in athletics at their college or university

Wellington Pride

Pride for life

Wellington’s alumni network extends to more than 30 states and 15 countries; yet, they maintain a special connection with their school. Many stay involved well into their careers, and often bring our students into their workplaces. One recent example: Sophia Baidya Mohr ’91, gave lower school students a behind-the-scenes look at NetJets, where she serves as VP of Owner Experience.

Standout Alumni

Zoe '18

Discovered a deep interest in neurobiology while completing her Wellington independent science research project and decided to make it her college major. She will also play soccer at CalTech, further stretching her potential in both the classroom and on the field.

Rami '18

Conducted research on sudden cardiac death at The Ohio State University and co-authored two papers published in national and international medical journals.

Pete Waydo '91

Deputy section manager of spacecraft mechanical engineering, Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Pete helped design and build the suspension systems for NASA’s two Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity.