A WSG Girl becomes a young woman of competence, compassion, and commitment to leadership in her family, community, and world.
She has a sense of identity, faith, and resilience
She understands and appreciates cultures, religions, and economic and ethnic backgrounds different from her own
She has experiences in problem-solving and completing rigorous tasks
She demonstrates her moral integrity by making safe and ethical decisions
She is a critical and creative thinker who has mastered important academic skills
She has explored her personal passions to develop a sense of self and continue to evolve as life-long learner
She effectively communicates and demonstrates the ability to utilize skills in writing, listening, speaking, and resolving conflicts peacefully
She is prepared for the challenges of high school, higher education, and life.
A WSG Educator knows each student in their classroom and recognizes her gifts, talents, and potential. They are experienced teachers who are committed to their own continued learning and are invested in the well-being and growth of each student. Additionally, a WSG educator is committed to educational equity.
An All-Girls Education provides a space where girls can see themselves in any role: as athletes, as scientists, and as leaders and changemakers. Girls’ schools are places where girls take center stage. They occupy every seat in student government, every spot on the math team, and every position in the robotics club. In fact, every aspect of a girls’ school – from the classroom to the athletic field to the academic program – is designed for girls. A girls’ school environment adds opportunities for girls.