Boarding Schools Wyoming Seminary Upper School
Wyoming Seminary Upper School
|location||type||grades||students||int’l||s-f ratio||class||SAT avg||SSAT||TOEFL|
|Kingston, PA||co-ed||9-12 PG||451||27%||7:1||14||1782||76%||93|
Within an exponentially changing world, Wyoming Seminary dares to teach our students to honor and strive for the true, the beautiful and the good. As a college preparatory school, Wyoming Seminary seeks to create active learners, responsible citizens, community leaders and ethical individuals ready to take their place in the global community of the 21st century. True to our traditions and our values, Wyoming Seminary is committed to supporting promising students from varied backgrounds. Our curriculum emphasizes competition and collaboration, critical thinking and creativity, self-respect and respect for others.
We challenge our students to discover their talents and their passions by offering an integrated program rich in artistic, athletic, and extracurricular opportunities that complement the school’s core commitment to academic excellence, personal integrity, spiritual growth and community service.
As an independent college preparatory school, Wyoming Seminary seeks to create active learners, responsible citizens, community leaders, and ethical individuals ready to take their place in the global community of the 21st century. Our curriculum emphasizes competition and collaboration, critical thinking and creativity, self-respect and respect for others.
Community Service. Wyoming Seminary Community Service Executive Committee members organize service events and activities throughout the year. Incoming freshmen and sophomores have to complete 40 hours of community service, and new juniors must complete 20 hours, and one-year seniors must acquire 10 hours.
Blue Key. Blue Key is a student ambassador organization that primarily helps the Admission and Alumni offices. Blue Key members serve as student representatives at admission, alumni, development and presidential activities, and as on-campus hosts for all campus visitors.
Top colleges attended by students
Penn State University, Drexel University, Boston University, Wilkes University, Rochester Institute of Technology, Temple University, Bucknell University, New York University, Susquehanna University, University of Pennsylvania
What the school looks for in students…
“We are looking for students who are involved and passionate about learning and activities. Their scores and grades should be good and they should have a good understanding of the English language.”