The Lowell Whiteman School in gorgeous Steamboat Springs Colorado provides its students with both a college preparatory education and an adventuresome global experiential program. The largest classes never exceed 14 students and many classes have fewer than ten. The faculty is amazing teaching classes contributing to dorm life leading trips around the world camping and biking and skiing like pros. The student body is curious hardworking kind active and fun-loving. The school is a 9th-12th boarding and day school that has challenging and rewarding college-prep academics at its heart. Along with the academics come opportunities to ski competitively and recreationally to climb 14-ers practice Leave No Trace ethics teach monks English in Sikkim build sustainable greenhouses in a Chilean village climb Machu Pichu visit a war memorial in Viet Nam and walk the Great Wall of China. The relationships among students and faculty and staff are real everyone learns grows works (and plays) together in a community with strong values of integrity perseverance responsibility and collaboration. The Lowell Whiteman School is one-of-a-kind. It doesn't get any better.
About This School
Lowell Whiteman School is a private high school in Steamboat Springs. The principal of Lowell Whiteman School is Meg Morse and can be contacted at email@example.com. 51 children attend Lowell Whiteman School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. The student to teacher ratio at Lowell Whiteman School is 7:1. Steamboat Springs High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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