Every Day at Wyndcroft
Every day at Wyndcroft we embrace curiosity and encourage creativity.
Students are encouraged to explore critical thinking and practice public speaking. Our students are athletes and artists. No matter if they are in preschool, elementary or middle school, our students are challenged to discover more about the world they live in and their place in it.
Every day at Wyndcroft, students are loved, and taught by talented teachers. Teachers who are themselves inspired, and who, in turn, inspire their students.
When asked why the love working at Wyndcroft, the #1 answer that is given is "the students!" Our faculty and staff make the most of our small class sizes and really get to know their students. The curriculum is filled with a variety of subjects that keep students engaged and interested in what's being taught.
Every day at Wyndcroft students are challenged to reach their fullest potential by a community that embraces high expectations, shared values, and a passion for learning.
Wyndcroft fosters creativity, integrity, determination, love of learning, and respect for others. Upon their graduation in Eighth Grade, Wyndcroft students are confident self-advocating learners and leaders who are ready to succeed in secondary school and beyond.
Every day counts at Wyndcroft.
Make the most of every day of the school year. Become a Wyndcroft student.
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Three, four and five-year-olds learn through play, while building a powerful educational foundation. This is when they discover that learning is both fun and challenging – it’s when they build confidence, self-esteem, and find independence bit by bit, in an environment that feels like family.
During the elementary years, students grow academically and are challenged to reach higher levels of intellectual achievement with the support of their teachers. Instruction is a combination of teacher-directed, individual exploration and collaboration among peers, allowing for multiple modes of learning.
Continued emphasis on leadership skills and character development, with guidance from teachers and advisors, is hallmark of the Upper School experience. By the time they complete eighth grade, students have demonstrated their maturity and readiness for high school.