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.

If the 18 Wheelers look particularly merry when you see them performing this holiday season (we've run a list of winter events below), it may be because they've earned another new honor: the track BLACK AND GOLD has been picked to be one of 19 on the 2014-15 Best of High School A Cappella CD! And the group has been selected to the ICHSA East Division for the 2014-15 international championship a cappella competition.  In 2014, the 18 Wheelers were the only RI school to make the semifinals!
Click here to listen to the track featuring Joel Uritescu '12.
Wheeler has been nominated for the SEVENTH consecutive year to the American High School Theatre Festival. Schools selected by AHSTF are invited to attend the Fringe Festival in Scotland, the world’s largest and most prestigious arts festival in the world. Wheeler performed at the Fringe in 2009. In 2011, Wheeler was the site for the New England debut of the avant garde piece BOX and this fall will perform THE DINING ROOM (US) Nov. 20-22 and SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK (LS) Dec. 11-13 in the newly-renovated theater in Wheeler Memorial Hall.  Did you know that 100 Lower School students will perform in this year's play?  That has to be a record of some kind!
Congratulations to Wheeler's 6 National Merit Scholarship semifinalists for 2015: Grace Evans, Lucy Friedmann, Winston Jiang, Caroline Moore, Kiri Peirce and Noah Prizant. Nearly 1.4 million juniors entered the initial pool and semifinalists represent less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors. Amanda Gastel was named a Commended Scholar. Tyler Hardin was named an Outstanding Participant for the National Achievement Scholarship Program for Black Americans.
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