The Upper School’s Co-Curricular program reflects our commitment to the school mission to celebrate and respect Individuality, Commonality, Opportunity, and Awareness.

Wheeler offers a myriad of organizations for students who wish to pursue interests outside of our academic course offerings. Each activity, publication, and club is advised by a member of the Wheeler faculty and is supported by all available school resources.

Inividual leadership skills, and by empowering our students to take on meaningful leadership, our students develop the fundamental skills for participate actively in the Wheeler community and as citizens in our broader communities.

We strongly encourage all of our students to participate in our co-curricular program or to found new clubs and activities based on their passions and interests. We are dedicated to ensuring that all co-curricular opportunities are available to all our students, irrespective of financial need, through the financial support of the Carrie Waters ’86 Memorial Fund.

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Student Publications

Student Publications
• Gyre: The Yearbook
• Quill: Literary Magazine
• Spoke: Student Newspaper

Aerie Teams

Wheeler offers a wide variety of extracurricular opportunities for Upper School students through its enrichment program, Aerie. The program sponsors or supports a number of campus organizations and activities. Among them are:

• Academic Decathlon
• Chess Team
• Debate Team
• Math Team
• Mock Trial Program
• Model Legislature
• Model United Nations
• Speech and Debate Teams
• WELH Radio Station


Student Leadership Appointments

Student Leadership positions provide opportunities for students to work closely with faculty.

• Community Standards Board
• Peer Support
• Writing Mentors
• Math Assistants
• Science Mentors
• Community Action Mentors

Contact Us

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  • Sarah Berthiaume Leduc 

    Upper School Science Teacher; Assistant Science Department Head; Director of US Student Activities
    (401) 421-8100 x302
    2004