Course Catalog

The Williams School is proud of its academic reputation. A course catalog, as outlined in the Department pages of this section, offers only a glimpse of what it means to be a student at the school, but it does offer a window on the academic life. The faculty is committed to developing approaches to teaching that meet the needs of students and that engage them in the process of learning. They use many forms of instruction ranging from traditional lectures and demonstrations to seminars, group work, laboratory experiments, field trips, performances, and technology explorations.

Arts
English
History
Languages
Mathematics
Science

 

Course Selection Documents for Returning Students

Upper School Curriculum at a Glance
Upper School Course Plan
Upper School Course Selection
Seventh Grade Language Selection and Middle School Band Elective
Eighth Grade Language Selection and Middle School Band Elective
Upper School Co-curricular Registration
Middle School Co-curricular Registration

Academic News

Señor Cohen's Spanish I students got into character last week while practicing dialogue about buying a hat at a market in Mexico.
The Math and Science Tutoring Program connects students who are comfortable with a particular subject with a student who may be facing some difficulty with it and helps them both succeed.
Director of College Counseling Cristan Harris attended 2017 National Conference for the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) over the summer and shares her reflections.
Four artists from the Williams School were juried for an exhibition at the Mystic Art Museum.
Mrs. Barth's 7th graders were able to take advantage of the Connecticut College Arboretum to learn more about pond ecosystems.
Cory Harris, English teacher, recently placed 9th out of 3000 in an international writing contest.
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