Congratulations to the Class of 2017!
Class of 2017 member Nico Ubide was named Washington, DC Gatorade Boys Player of the Year .
Click the headline for information about summer reading and school supplies.
Volunteers, we want to thank YOU!
Don't miss our Middle School performers in Lion King Jr. from May 4-7!
This program features music and poetry; it is a celebration of the passage of time, a complex assemblage of music from medieval times to classical, contemporary, and jazz.
We have a variety of excellent speakers and sessions planned for the upcoming Parent Symposium.
The calendar of major events, half days and school holidays is now available!
Our school blog highlights learning and special activities on both campuses. Recent additions include WIS winners in an international poetry contest, visiting author Hena Khan and our new "Voices of a Generation" program in Middle School.
The Annual WIS Financial Aid Auction is Saturday, March 4.
The first Davies Hall Salon Recital for this school year takes place on December 2 at 6:00 PM.
Our third annual Grandparents and Special Persons Day will be Tuesday, November 22.
An opportunity to buy French and Spanish books for readers of many levels. Click the headline to learn more or volunteer.
Click on the headline to buy tickets to "A Midsummer Night's Dream!"
WIS is proud to be co-hosting a Project Zero conference from October 7-9; sessions will be held at museums on the National Mall and on the Tregaron Campus.
Join us on the Tregaron Campus for the September 10 Back to School Picnic!
Supply lists on the website have been updated!
We have suggestions about what WIS students should be reading this summer!
World Wide WIS is a platform to share news from and about our global community: http://worldwidewis.tumblr.com.
WIS's Early Childhood language immersion program is available in French or Spanish.
The Washington Post recently highlighted a research project about the DC riots of 1968; Grade 9 student Brian was one of five student researchers.
Our January 19 Founder's Day celebration marked the official kickoff to our year of celebrations in 2016.
Nico Deshler '16 worked with a team at Johns Hopkins University to study how spider crickets' movements might inform the development of tiny robots.
Head of School Clayton Lewis, Director of Studies Jim Reese, and Howard Gardner (Harvard University Graduate School of Education/Project Zero), co-authored a piece about professional development.
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