Smart Girls. Smart Choice.
|Annie Wright Upper School greatly values smart girls who take pride in being smart. If you're one such girl, then Scholar Search Weekend (SSW) is for you! Bring your brain, sense of humor, and open mind to the Annie Wright Upper School for our annual Scholar Search Weekend.|
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If you are a current Annie Wright 8th grade girl, please use this link
SSW 2014 | February 7th & 8th
Scholar Search Weekend begins at 12:00 noon on Friday, February 7th and concludes at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 8th, 2014. During this time, students take part in the following activities:
- Class Visits
- Math & Writing Assessments
- Passion Workshops
- Student Interviews
- Q & A with current students
- Case Study Analysis
- Lip Sync
- Partial need & merit-based tuition funding available
FROM PAST PARTICIPANTS...
|"It was better than I imagined! It's nothing like any school I've ever seen. I cannot believe how close and nice the people are and how secure and comfortable everyone seems with each other."|
"I loved it...The students were great, the faculty was great, the lip sync was the best. Everyone was friendly and I learned a lot about the school and student life. I hope to be a student there next year."
"The potential of earning a merit scholarship played a big role in my attendance because my family doesn't have the money to easily pay full tuition at Annie Wright. Winning a scholarship would take some of the financial burden off of my family."
|"Annie Wright is a beautiful school. What makes it shine above the rest is that all of the faculty, staff and students truly care about each other."|
"The merit scholarship would be nice, but my true motivation was getting my child into an environment where she can be successful and be exposed to all the possibilities that life has to offer. I feel in my heart that Annie Wright is a giant step in the right direction."
"Our daughter enjoyed the mix of academic and non-academic activities a great deal. It truly represented the balance between academic rigor and the high-energy fun that Annie Wright promotes."
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