Welcome to Wheeler! We’re glad you’re here to learn more about us and our welcoming, curious, empathetic, and unique community. Our faculty’s dynamic, innovative approach to learning, our diverse and inclusive community, our student-centered City and Farm campuses, and our phenomenalprovide our students with a strong academic foundation—and an encouraging, supportive launchpad for whatever comes next.
What do our students say about Wheeler?
Meet a panel of Student Ambassadors from our Upper School. Each tells you about the special places and events that are unique to Wheeler.
Take a campus tour from your home —
Watch our School Overview video here —
Pleasewith us or call us at 401-421-8100 to:
- join us and members of our community at our annual in Seekonk, MA. Virtual events are also being added. and both in Providence and on our
- schedule a visit to our to see our school in action. While in our Virtual Learning Term, we encourage you to watch out videos on the virtual activities link at the top of this page.
- look through our for an overview of the school and its programs
- speak with Wheeler staff, faculty, students, parents, or alumni
- learn more about our programs, including the : Lower, Middle, Upper, and Hamilton Schools.
We’re here to help with any questions you may have, and we can’t wait to welcome you and your family to the Wheeler community.
We look forward to meeting you,
The Wheeler Enrollment Team
PS. Check out our social media accounts in the purple footer at the bottom of this page! It’s a great way to stay up to date on school news.
The Wheeler Statement on Diversity
At Wheeler, we actively seek students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds in the belief that a broad range of experiences and viewpoints enhance learning, enriches life on campus, and better prepares us all for full participation in a pluralistic, democratic society. We also are working toward an inclusive curriculum and pedagogy necessary to support all our members and build our abilities to flourish in a diverse, multicultural nation and world. To reach this goal we know we must confront overt and hidden biases, such as racism, sexism, and homophobia, in ourselves, others and the institutions and systems in which we work and live. We believe that these goals can only be reached with an open and continuous dialogue between all members of the Wheeler community, including families and students. We recognize that our diversity—whether based on race, ethnicity, religion, economic status, gender identity, sexual orientation or other socially significant identities —can sometimes lead to conflict, and we also believe that such tension can provide the catalyst for the growth and change we seek. We are supported in the pursuit of diversity by Wheeler’s long tradition of respect for the dignity of the individual and our shared sense of responsibility for the well-being of each other and the larger community.