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"What surprised me the most is how open people are, open to accept you, to accept your culture and to listen to you."
- Cathy Bi, '18, a W+H international student from Beijing, China

Wardlaw+Hartridge is proud of its long history of welcoming international students to our academic community. Our school's mission is to be “globally interconnected.”  We currently host more than 50 international students from China. In addition, we have families from Ghana, Nigeria, India, Germany and Canada as well as other diplomat families from the United Nations. If you are ready to take on an exciting academic challenge, please read the information in the International Student section carefully, to learn about our admission process and understand how to submit an application.

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Congratulations to our International Graduates from the
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All newly enrolled international students must attend the required summer SEED Program. This required six-week summer course, held at the school, includes room, board, activities, and summer tuition. International students must be on campus prior to the start of the program. Students should plan to arrive in the United States by July 3, as the program begins on July 5, 2021. Please share your flight information with international@whschool.org.

International Blog

Greetings from China
Gerard Gonnella

Gerard Gonnella travels to China each year to visit with international families -- both current parents and prospective families. His blog followed his recent trip there in 2019.

E-Mentoring Empowers Global Engagement
Gerard Gonnella

At Wardlaw+Hartridge, a multicultural community of life-long learners, we strive to keep abreast of innovative practical approaches to meaningful global engagement.

Guest Blog - It Takes a Village
Gerard Gonnella

With the focus on the “whole student” that includes attending to the social, emotional, cultural, academic, and linguistic needs of every learner, the ELL Mentorship is based on the school values that are carefully examined and meaningfully incorporated into all summer activities and throughout the academic year.

Connections & Understanding
Gerard Gonnella

It has become an October tradition for me to journey to China for recruitment and to visit with our international families.

Global Connections
Gerard Gonnella

Our international students and United Nation families help complete us as a community and bind us together in our efforts to put forth a community of respect and understanding.