The Wheeler School...An Independent Coeducational Day School Nursery-12. Located at 216 Hope St. Providence, RI 02906 phone:401-421-8100. Founded in 1889, The Wheeler School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory, day school for grades Nursery - 12 located in Providence, Rhode Island. Wheeler offers a rigorous education in academics, arts and athletics with co-curricular programs designed to develop excellence in scholarship and character.

NOTE: RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH 12, 7 PM. A free event open to the community when alum Brent Lang (Class of 2000) Senior Film and Media Reporter with Variety, takes time from a busy winter's award season to discuss who won at the Oscars and why. Alumni, parents and friends are invited for the event in the Gilder Center for the Arts auditorium. RSVP to
Wheeler's a cappella group, The 18 Wheelers, are one of two RI groups selected for WGBH's newest original series, SING THAT THING.  Twenty-four amateur singing groups from across southern New England – including nine high schools groups, six collegiate choirs and nine community choruses –were selected from a field of more than 50 groups to perform during the inaugural season of Sing That Thing!, WGBH Boston’s new local series. The series, hosted by Boston Children’s Chorus artistic director Anthony Trecek-King, begins taping later this month and premieres on WGBH 2 on Friday, April 17 at 8:30pm. Preliminary round tapings took place in early February. The series finale will be taped in front of a studio audience in May.  Learn more at
Congrats to Wheeler's three candidates for a US Dept. of Educ. Presidential Scholars award: Winston Jiang, Caroline Moore, Noah Prizant. Only 141 will be chosen. Wheeler has had four recipients of this prestigious national award in the past four years; an amazing distinction as only one boy and one girl are selected from each state. Presidential Scholar recipients have “demonstrated leadership, scholarship, contribution to school and community, and outstanding accomplishments in the arts, sciences, humanities and other fields of interest.” Each year more than 3,000 candidates are identified for possible inclusion in the selection pool.
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Group Show: Kate Blacklock, Suzanne D'Avanzo, Kirstin Lamb and Wendy Seller.  For more information:
Celebrate learning differences with two weeks of workshops, activities and social events for parents in all divisions at Wheeler and Hamilton.  Some events are open to the public.
US musical will be performed Thursday-Saturday,  March 5th-7th at 7pm. Tickets are $10.00 - faculty & staff are free.
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