Enrolling in a school is a big decision, and we want our prospective families to get a very good sense of who WES is and what we offer.
During the current pandemic, we offer two ways to learn more:
The first is virtually, through Zoom. These private virtual interviews can be scheduled as our respective schedules allow throughout the course of the school day, between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. They will generally be about an hour.
The second is to take a private and personalized tour, with various safety protocols in place.These tours are tailored to meet each family’s interests and can be scheduled after 4 p.m. on weekdays. All visitors to campus must wear a face mask, complete a COVID-19 screening in advance of their visit, and follow all physical distancing guidelines within the building.
Through your private tour, you will be able to:
Once we receive your information, we will send you our viewbook and other important program and curriculum materials.
Once you have completed the inquiry form, don’t forget to RSVP for our last virtual open house on January 23.
It was a Saturday and my daughter in sixth-grade, who started at WES this year, remarked, 'I wish it was Monday, so I could go to school!' That's how much she loves being at WES.
— Brian Cooper WES Parent
WES truly prepared me for the challenges of high school. Whether it was in algebra or labs in biology and chemistry, the WES curriculum helped me to excel in Honors and AP classes. Extracurricular clubs and activities at WES were great examples of the many new choices I discovered at high school. Even though my high school is much bigger in comparison, I was able to adapt and succeed.
— Aidan Class of 2016
Although WES does not label itself an international school, it truly is. Nearly half the students in my son’s class are bilingual and the daily curriculum incorporates a global perspective.
— Andrea Stumpf WES Parent