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

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  • May 
    27

    Faculty Work Day

    no school; ASC available*

  • May 
    30

    Memorial Day

    no school; no ASC

  • June 
    2

    Elementary Open House

    7:00 pm

  • June 
    3

    Rock Festival

  • June 
    4

    SAT & SAT II/Subject Tests+

  • June 
    8

    Elementary Last Day of School

  • June 
    8

    6th Grade Celebration - 10:00 a.m.

    all must be picked up by 12:00 p.m.; no ASC available

  • June 
    8

    High School Senior Projects

    6:00 pmHigh School

  • June 
    9

    Middle/High School Last Day of School

  • June 
    9

    12th Grade Graduation

    6:00 pm

  • June 
    9

    8th Grade Celebration

    9:30 am

  • June 
    10

    School Campuses and Business Office Closed

  • June 
    11

    ACT Test+

  • 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 […]
  • Advice From The Class of 2016 - Who is better equipped to give advice to 9th graders about high school than seniors? Enjoy these 23 tips for the appreciating and finding more success in high school from Waverly’s senior class. You may feel awkward or self-conscious about yourself. You may feel that you don’t fit in or have any friends. When I […]