Her future is our promise

Meet nine Winsor girls and young alumnae and imagine with them what the future holds. The video debuted at the Sept. 28, 2013, launch of “The Winsor Promise” campaign. Dovetailing with the school’s plan for 21st-century teaching and learning, the capital campaign focuses on what the future will demand of girls and of schools. “We are preparing our students for their future, not our past,” asserts Rachel Friis Stettler, director of Winsor, a Boston-based independent school for girls in grades 5-12. Hear from the nine girls and young women interviewed in the video about how their everyday school experiences are preparing them. Together, they embody the “promise” of today’s students and speak to the promise the school makes to them. With support from the campaign, Winsor broke ground earlier this year on a sweeping addition on its urban campus. The building project will add much needed space for athletics, wellness and performing arts as well as state-of-the-art classrooms. Winsor’s investment in these facilities grows from of a vision that, now and in the future, a world-class education will require school experiences that stretch students in every dimension. The rapidly changing world will need all that today’s students have to offer. It will need their “best selves”: courageous, creative, collaborative, critical thinking young women. Learn more at: www.winsor.edu/promise

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