Admissions Ambassadors

Your Waring Experts, Tour Guides, Student Interviewers

 

Meet the Team

Gyani Pradhan Wong Ah Sui

Class of 2020

"Our small size allows us to know everybody’s names and interests. Our common passion for learning is what brings us together, and we share a close sense of belonging."

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Arianne Horan

Class of 2021

"French unifies us as a school. Although challenging as a beginner, the hard work pays off when you can speak French with your friends at lunch and put your skills to the test when traveling with Waring to Europe."

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Dolly Farha

Class of 2020

"Without grades, I learned more about myself, how I communicate with others, and my presence in the classroom. Overall, a non graded curriculum has given me the tools to grow inside and outside of the classroom."

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Phoebe Holz

Class of 2020

"Waring's a place that encourages students to put themselves out there, to take risks, all the while knowing that your peers and teachers will be there every step of the way, ready to give you that extra push, or to pick you up when you fall."

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Jack Martin

Class of 2021

"The people you meet here are all genuinely welcoming. They care about you and how you are doing, both students and faculty alike. I have met some of the most unusual and incredible people during my time here, all of whom I'd consider friends. We are what makes Waring the wonderful place it is."

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Cole Sauder

Class of 2021

"As soon as I got to Camping Trip and saw the whole school hand-in-hand, I realized that my parents made the right choice. I realized at that moment that the wonderful community had welcomed me before I had even given them the chance."

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Caitlin Bachner

Class of 2021

"My favorite Waring memory is a specific day in math two years ago. Right after all the snow melted, we had class outside. We brought a portable whiteboard outside, and sat in the new grass."

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Jamie Gabbay

Class of 2021

"Truth be told, it's tough to figure out what grade or group someone is in. The boundaries of a group all kind of meld together because everyone is so kind and close together."

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Sarah Obeng

Class of 2020

"I used to define myself by what my grades were, and I put so much unnecessary pressure on myself because of that. Having narrative evaluations tells me what I can work on, and helps me to set healthier and more sufficient academic goals for myself."

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