We can’t wait to meet you.
Want to make a unique contribution to our diverse and dynamic community? Eager to be more challenged, supported, and known in your classes? Waynflete accepts applications for all grade levels and considers each applicant as a whole person. We evaluate all applicants individually and equally, regardless of their race, gender, ethnicity, culture, and economic status. Be yourself and bring us your questions, hopes, and concerns throughout the process.
students of color
full-time faculty members
of students receive tuition assistance
full-time faculty with advanced degrees
Thursday, October 13
Observe classes, meet teachers, and talk with Head of School Geoff Wagg about how Waynflete meets each child where they are with all the support we can give.
Middle School Academic Adventure
Prospective Parents and Students
Wednesday, November 2
Join students and faculty for two mini-courses. Ask how they have pushed and surprised themselves—and see why Waynflete welcomes so many new students in grade 6.
Lower School Open House
Sunday, November 6
Prospective families are invited to drop in on Sunday afternoon for a brief tour of the Lower School, meet teachers and learn how play can power deep learning. The whole family is invited to join!
Tuesday, November 15
Prospective parents are invited to observe classes, meet teachers, explore maker spaces and labs, and talk with Head of School Geoff Wagg about our new engineering program.
Upper School Admission Reception
Prospective Students and Parents
Tuesday, December 6
Hear from students, faculty, and alumni on topics ranging from student activism to exploring the world through the lens of ethics or science. Each session reflects a core aspect of the Upper School program or perspectives of Waynflete community members.
Many Waynflete students receive financial aid.
We are committed to creating and nurturing an economically diverse community and strive to keep a Waynflete education as affordable and accessible as possible. Learn about tuition assistance
See Waynflete for yourself.
Just as hands-on, experiential learning is core to our curriculum, exploring our campus and classrooms is an essential part of the application process. Our admission events are fun, interactive, no-pressure opportunities to observe classes, hear from students and teachers, talk with current parents, and more. See upcoming Admission events