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The Head’s Perspective: Supporting Students in Their College Process
March 22, 2019
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News of last week’s college admission scandal is something we’ve all been following, no doubt. Having lunch with a group of our seniors the other day, I asked the questions I always like to ask those who are about to commence with their lives after Wildwood School, including, “What would you be sad to see […]
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The Head’s Perspective: A New Year Message from Landis Green
January 23, 2019
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Most of what happens in schools is tied to an academic year, from late summer through late spring. That said, the launch of the new calendar year is always positively marked by two events. During our first week back from winter break, we annually host a gathering of alumni, many of whom are still home […]
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The Head’s Perspective: Mastery Transcript Consortium
September 22, 2017
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  Click here to listen to this blog.   Just a few years ago I was sitting in the admissions office at a highly selective technical institute, asking the question I always ask when I get time alone with a college admissions representative: What do they know of current undergraduates that would inform our work […]
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On the College Tour Circuit
September 3, 2015
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Wildwood junior, Zach F. takes us along on the College Visit Days for Juniors/East Coast College Trip. 4/3/2015 Today we arrived in Washington, D.C. at about 3:30 p.m. and we met our tour guide Allen who brought us to our hotel in Arlington, Virginia which is right outside of D.C. We decided to split up […]
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College exposed
January 5, 2012
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If you really want to get the inside scoop on the college experience, your best source is a college student. This morning, Wildwood hosted eight college students—who also happen to be proud Wildwood alums—at a special panel discussion for juniors and seniors. The panelists represented a broad mix of institutions, from the huge (Charlie Shulman […]