You’ll find bright students and talented faculty at many schools, including WT. But what makes WT so remarkable is what you won’t find anywhere else. Parents and students alike appreciate that at WT:
Our academics are rigorous and our students achieve at the highest levels.
Our learning environment is dynamic and better prepares students to thrive in the real world.
Our teaching is innovative.
We’re leading the way in academic learning.
WT’s tuition covers the cost of curricular trips in Lower and Middle School to the Mountain Institute, Colonial Williamsburg, and Washington, D.C., as well as the annual ninth grade retreat; it covers the array of dynamic City as Our Campus offerings, including architecture in first grade, the Holocaust Museum in eighth grade, and capstone City as Our Campus courses in Upper School.
Additionally, tuition covers the cost of nearly 100 Middle School academic electives, a competitive athletics program, extensive visual and performing arts offerings including partnerships with world renowned arts organizations like Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, Attack Theatre, Andy Warhol Museum, and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, textbooks through eighth grade, specials in Art, Library, Science, Dance, PE, Spanish, Mandarin, French (Middle and Upper School), Latin (Upper School), and much more.
Because our students will be e-learning during the weeks of March 30 and April 6 to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, all on-campus activities, including campus visits, will be canceled and rescheduled as possible. If you have a campus visit scheduled during this timeframe or were intending to attend our Open House, our Admission team will reach out to you directly in late March to reschedule.
In the meantime, we invite you to explore our website to discover the great things happening at WT!