Waynflete’s Class of 2021 is a group of accomplished young adults with an impressive list of colleges and universities that they will be attending!
Below is the list of where our 73 graduates will/may matriculate this fall. Some students may choose to adjust their plans in response to what they learn about how the colleges are planning for the fall.
Bates College (4)
Bentley University (2)
Bowdoin College (4)
Brown University (3)
Bryn Mawr College
Carleton College (2)
Case Western University
Champlain College (3)
College of William & Mary
Connecticut College (2)
George Washington University
Occidental College (2)
Sarah Lawrence College
Skidmore College (2)
Smith College (3)
Stevens Institute of Technology
The American University of Paris
The New School (2)
University of Tampa
University of Arizona
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Maine (2)
University of New England
University of Pittsburgh
University of Southern Maine
Utah State University
Wellesley College (2)
Wesleyan University (2)
View the five-year matriculation
It was a big week for Waynflete students in grades 7–12! After careful consideration, and in line with CDC guidelines, we increased the percentage of students attending classes in person from 50 to 75 percent. (Students in preschool–grade 6 have all been on campus throughout the school year.)
It was wonderful to see more faces on campus—and they brought beautiful weather with them. Looking forward to 100 percent in September!
Waynflete hosted its third annual Chamber Music Festival on Sunday, March 7. This event was a big milestone for the school—the performance by the Upper School Chamber Ensemble was the the first live musical performance in Franklin Theater since January 2020!
Congratulations to organizer Andy Happel as well as all those who participated.
The Middle School recognized and celebrated Black History Month in February with the first-ever Black Heroes Project. After a presentation from Middle School Director Divya Muralidhara about two of her heroes (Jacqueline Woodson and John Lewis), students and faculty were invited to submit brief testimonies about their Black heroes. They shared over 85 heroes with the community at their last assembly in February. Grade 7 students Rodas and Tessy introduced the assembly and encouraged the community to see this presentation as one of many steps in honoring Black history every day.
Visual Arts Chair Jona Rice is shown above installing the entire presentation in the Arts Center.
With support from the Winter Break Community Engagement Fund (established by the McKeen Center for the Common Good), Bowdoin senior Mohamed Kilani has been interning at Waynflete over the past few weeks.
Mo is pursuing a double major in Hispanic studies and education and has been assisting Waynflete Spanish teachers in their online and in-person classes. A former art educator at Chewonki, Mo is also serving as Waynflete’s artist-in-residence at the school’s remote hub location at One Canal Plaza. After seeking input from hub students, Mo created a mural with four hands spelling out the word “love.”
Read an article on Mo from Bowdoin.edu
Meet Mo in a Zoom call hosted by Waynflete’s Boni Kabongo