Close-Knit & Collaborative Community
Small Classes Encourage Active Learning
Experts In Teaching & Learning
The Robotics Team shows off a prototype at Wolcott’s Club and Activities Fair.
Competitive junior gymnast with Marybeth Kravets, Wolcott's Director of College Counseling, and Shantelle Cavin from the University of Michigan’s Office of Admissions.
Wolcott student ambassadors at The Francis Xavier Warde High School Fair.
Students visit businesses around Chicago during our Third Annual Career Week.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH
BUILDING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL COMPETENCY
FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016
8:30 - 10:30AM
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
“Our son loves school (yes, loves it!) and is excited to be part of the Wolcott community. ”
“I value our small class size. On an individual level, it enables me to know my students well. On a group level, it allows us to delve deeper into the curriculum and really connect with what we are studying. ”
“What I like most about Wolcott is that it lives up to its promises. It is a considerate school, from the faculty and students to the curriculum and physical spaces.”
Wolcott School offers an exemplary high school program for students with learning differences, tailored to their strengths and aspirations. Employing best practices, our expert faculty is dedicated to helping students gain self-awareness, confidence, and resilience as well as the academic, social, and communication skills to flourish in college and beyond. As valued members of our diverse and close-knit community, Wolcott students develop their sense of responsibility and purpose.
Wolcott is conveniently located in West Town and accessible to students from across Chicagoland.