There are many opportunities to visit our campus (some of them, right now, are virtual!). Please contact theto schedule a tour of our Providence Campus.
2020-21 Enrollment Event Videos
- Water rockets, science and experiential learning from The Wheeler Farm campus
- Writing workshops for young novelists from elementary grades and beyond
- Growth mindsets and today’s science lab
- Examples of 21st Century Learning Skills & Academic Rigor
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Examples of Virtual Learning Projects and Community Building
Sixth Grade Farm Program Touts Trout Experiential Learning
During our Virtual Learning Term, faculty and staff worked to curate the many online resources available to students and families, including students with learning differences. The experts at The Hamilton Institute at Wheeler on our campus have created a free resource guide of Educational Technology links for learners here.
Community is an important part of every aspect of Wheeler. For students and parents at The Hamilton School, understanding the needs of students with learning differences has created numerous resources, such as this “learning hub” link below:
Grade 6 faculty member Sam Abeshouse is just one example of the amazing faculty who is using video to teach. Here’s a recent lesson on diameter and circumference.
Did you know Wheeler has a radio station? WELH 88.1FM has been broadcasting with partnerships such as RI’s The Public’s Radio, now, and with Latino Public Radio and other community radio stations over the course of our 34-year broadcasting history. During our Virtual Learning Term, Wheeler faculty, staff and students offered a Sunday evening Wheeler Family Radio Hour on our New Voices broadcast. Listen to the program here:
Lower School students got some Wheeler Spirit (our motto is “The Spirit Giveth Life”) one morning. LS Music teacher Chris Capaldi began with a piece of the Lower School anthem, “At Wheeler!” And, have you guessed our school colors, yet?
And here’s how our Middle School Faculty (and Students) welcomed each other to their Virtual Learning Term: