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Ayslin Dziedzic '25 Leads Benefit Concert
Grade 6 Health Meets Pen Pals
Middle School Robotics wins trophy at state event
Middle School Robotics places 2nd; Advances to State Event
Lainey Gilmartin '22 wins title at national horse show

Middle School

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A Day and Boarding Program

We are an independent boarding and day school for Grades 6, 7 & 8


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By the numbers

Welcome to the WMA Middle School

This portal to our community will share some of the more tangible elements of the WMA Middle School experience – if you will, the who, what and where. Clearly, these are important elements to the educational process, and the foundation on which we will build a strong community of young learners, engaged families and skilled faculty.

Here we share with you the courses, activities and experiences that fill the academic day, we introduce the faculty and coaches who guide, engage and inspire their students, and we let you explore our Middle School program through the lens of a day student or a boarding student.

Most importantly, we encourage you to use this introduction as the springboard to visiting our campus ­­ while the web experience is lovely, there is nothing like sitting in one of our classrooms with a dozen13-year-olds, arguing the finer points of Westward Expansion, investigating the economic impact of coastal soil erosion or simply working together to create a piece of music that will be performed before an audience of their peers.

This is a special place, and we are happy to share it with you.

Best,




Stuart Whitcomb
Director of the Middle School


Read about what's new and exciting in the Middle School, as shared by its Director Stuart Whitcomb.



"While the web experience is lovely, there is nothing like sitting in one of our classrooms with a dozen 13-year-olds, arguing the finer points of Westward Expansion or investigating the economic impact of coastal soil erosion."
Stuart WhitcombDirector of the Middle School

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Dress Code

Middle School students are no longer required to wear a blazer during the academic day.

Please note that each Thursday, students must wear either a school sweater with an embroidered WMA crest or a blazer (with crest).

For more information on ordering a blazer or sweater, please click here.


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Phone: 413. 596.9154