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"I've been more open-minded and collaborative. The Debate Team and Humane Letters has helped me engage with others in a civilized discussion with people as opposed to taking one view."

- Wilberforce US Student

Culture


The Wilberforce Upper School offers a compelling and unique high school culture: a group of faculty and students in community, together pursuing faith, scholarship, and friendship.

Student Leadership

One of the many ways that students lead is creating and owning projects, such as The Clapham Chronicle. The Clapham Chronicle is a student-created and student-led newsletter, featuring various Upper School students' articles, artwork, poetry, and more.

An Intentional, Faculty-Led Culture

The faculty creates a genuine and richly Christian learning environment. Students are not required to be Christian to attend, but faculty model for students how to live, think, and relate to others as mature Christians while inviting students to join them.

Co-Educational School with Single Sex Classrooms

Most of our Upper School classes are conducted on a single-sex basis. This removes a level of distraction, pressure, and self-consciousness from the classroom, providing a safe place to grow and be yourself. However, the co-ed element exists with foreign language, choral music, lunch, service projects, and dances. We believe this is the best of both worlds.

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