When I walk through the doors at Wilberforce, I feel relieved because I already know I'm going to have a great day.
-Middle School Student
William Wilberforce, abolitionist and philanthropist, worked to eradicate the slave trade in the 1700s. His leadership, vision, and tireless efforts to change society inspire us in instructing the next generation of learners. Learn more.
PTF serves to build community among parents and caregivers, and to support the school administration through various activities and involvement. Access parent resources, get involved in PTF, volunteer at Wilberforce, and learn more.
In the past 11 years, Wilberforce has expanded from a student population of less than ten students to almost 200 students. This history involves a strong community of learners with students, faculty, and families. Learn more.
Students in every grade are offered a variety of after-school clubs throughout the year, where they are able to learn a variety of subjects and develop leadership skills. Learn more about clubs here.
Middle & Upper School students also become members of a house, fostering community and teams. Houses are led and driven by students and MSUS faculty.