“Wye River Upper School has received the second installment of a two-year grant to support the school’s continued success with financial aid. The grant is to be used for new students, enrolling this year, who reside on the Eastern Shore and is awarded based on financial need. “”We have a growing number of supporters who want very much to affect positive outcomes for our youth here on the Shore,”” reports Chrissy Aull, Head of School. “”These funds literally change lives, not just for the student, but the entire family. I would encourage anyone who might be interested in pursuing a Wye River education and applying for financial aid to contact Jeff Moran.””
“”This is an exciting time to be involved in the growth of Wye River Upper School. We are expanding our Drama program and introducing a new College Advising Program. Our juniors and seniors can dual enroll in college courses and we have a number of major service learning projects booked for next year. I would encourage all interested families to stop by for a visit,”” said Jeff Moran Director of Admissions.
Wye River Upper School is a non-profit, independent, college preparatory high school for grades 9-12. WRUS serves bright students challenged by ADHD, dyslexia and other unique learning styles, as well as students who may benefit from low student/teacher ratios and creative teaching strategies. In addition to rigorous core content areas our innovative curriculum includes digital arts, Bay Ecology, languages, music, interscholastic sports, and dual enrollment with Chesapeake College. Teachers use state-of-the-art technology in the classroom. The school is located in the Higher Education Center on the campus of Chesapeake College.
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