3650 Reed Rd, Columbus, OH 43220
Originally serving grades K-6, Wellington began expanding in 1984 with the construction of an upper school building and the inclusion of an additional grade each year. The school graduated its first senior class in 1989. The lower school program (grades PS-4) focuses on the core disciplines of math, social studies and language arts. Specialist teachers provide foreign language, music, physical education, science, art and technology instruction from the youngest age. During the middle school years (grades 5-8), boys and girls pursue content knowledge through individual and small-group work, creative projects, off-campus experiences and short lectures. Many students choose to participate in athletics, arts activities and service learning. In a small-class setting, upper schoolers (grades 9-12) follow a college preparatory curriculum that typically includes interdisciplinary, honors and Advanced Placement course work. Faculty members continually assess student work through tests, computer-generated presentations, group projects, performances and written work. Wellington maintains a varied arts curriculum. Children first gain an exposure to the fine arts, music and theater in preschool. A formal art gallery provides a forum for artwork by pupils of all ages. The theater program ranges in scope from original pieces to large-scale musicals.
|Academic Orientation||College Preparatory|
|Grade Range||Day — Coed Grades PS (Age 4)-12|
|Coed, Boys, or Girls||Coed|
|Full Address||3650 Reed Rd, Columbus, OH 43220|
|Administrator||Robert D. Brisk|