Inspired experience based college preparatory education for creative and intellectually curious students
Early childhood through twelfth grade

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  1. Watch the video

    In 13 minutes, you’ll see students in action, hear from recent graduates, and learn about our school’s philosophy.

  2. Choose a program

    Learn more about how our children grow from early childhood to young adulthood.

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    If you have questions, they’re probably answered here. You’ll also have a chance to ask your own.

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  • October 
    1

    SAT & SAT II/Subject Tests+

  • October 
    4

    Make-Up Picture Day

    (ES, MS, HS individual portraits)

  • October 
    4

    8th Grade Parent Night

    7:00 pmHS campus

  • October 
    5

    12th Grade College Night

    7:00 pm

  • October 
    6

    Elementary School Back to School Night

    7:00 pm(parents/guardians only)

  • October 
    7

    New ES Parent Orientation

  • October 
    7

    New ES Parent Orientation

  • October 
    7

    First Friday

    8:45 amES Community Room

  • October 
    12

    Yom Kippur

    no school; ASC available*

  • October 
    15

    PSAT testing: 10th and 11th grades

  • October 
    17
    October 
    20

    Book Fair

  • October 
    18

    Literacy Night

  • October 
    19

    College Q&A Night for 10th and 11th

    7:00 pm

  • October 
    19

    Financial Aid Workshop

    7:00 pm(12th grade parents) – at Poly

  • Everyday Photos - After discovering impressionist painters when I was fourteen, I decided to become an artist. It didn’t take me long to realize, however, that I lacked any ability to create with my hand what I pictured in my mind. Soon after seeing an exhibit of photographs of the Farm Security Administration (FSA), my mother gave me […]
  • Far Beyond Good Enough - About six years ago I went to a school fair in search of a middle school for our daughter. I ended up in a room with representatives from an independent Westside school. The first question a prospective parent asked was, “Where do your students go?”  The representative responded, “We have gotten students into Stanford, Harvard, […]
  • Counting On - Last Wednesday, my son Charlie made a game winning touch down, passed to him by my other son Sam, at one of two middle school flag football games I missed in one week. Fortunately, there were Waverly parents there, parents who not only gave them rides, but cheered them on, and later told me all […]