Principal's Play Day

Melissia Mason
On Tuesday afternoon, squeals of delight could be heard from classrooms across the Emma Willard School campus: Principal's Play Day had been announced for the next day! This exciting reprieve each year allows students and faculty to leave the classroom in pursuit of rest, recreation, and.
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The Marvel of Ring Week

Melissia Mason
The tradition of Ring Week at Emma Willard School is one of many markers along the journey for 11th graders rising to become 12th graders. What began in the 1940s as a ring dinner, where the headmistresses would present 12th graders with their class rings, has grown into a week-long celebration. 
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Black Latinx Student Union (BLSU) Assembly As a Call To Be Woke

Suzanne Romero Dewey
In the school’s magazine, Signature, Fall 2019, last year’s BLSU co-head Aisha Fadé ‘19 states, “Our mission is to not only raise awareness of social justice issues pertaining to these minority groups, but also to find ways to bring these discussions to Emma Willard.
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Don’t Just Take Our Word For It: The Advantages of Boarding and Girls’ Schools

Suzanne Romero Dewey
The application deadline for many independent schools is typically in January or February. Whether you’ve completed all of your applications or are putting on the finishing touches, we commend you for taking the initiative to find the right school for you. 
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One of 360: Liz S. '22

Melissia Mason
Each of the 360 students at Emma Willard School has a unique story. They are truly one-of-a-kind. The Emma Willard community has students from 24 states and 36 foreign countries. 
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