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Welcome to the Waring School

A Community of Lifelong Learners

Waring School is a co-educational, academic college preparatory school for students in Middle and High School (grades 6-12).

Founded in 1972 by Philip and Josée Waring, the School offers interdisciplinary studies in Humanities; extensive music, art, and theatre options, challenging mathematics and science courses in state-of-the-art facilities, and a rich curriculum of French language and cultural exchange. Numerous student trips locally and abroad, as well as co-curricular offerings in service and leadership, provide opportunities for personal growth.

Waring's small size and multi-age groupings enable the School to create an empowering network of relationships within the community. A caring and individualistic approach to each student supports his or her personal learning style, while maintaining demanding academic standards.

Please explore our website for more information. We welcome your interest in Waring School.

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