Students from EXPLO at Wheaton travel to the Wellesley campus to visit their siblings, enjoy dinner together, and spend some time on the quad before heading back to campus.
"So grateful to be invited to this muggle summer program for the day."
Call it a clan, a network, a tribe, a family — no matter the name, we see all its love over Wellesely's campus during this evening's Sibling Shuttle.
Explo at Wheaton students venture to Explo at Wellesley this afternoon on the Sibling Shuttle! Family reunions can be seen all throughout the quad as students share stories and play games.
Dig into your strengths and interests, build on your talents, and form lifelong friendships. More than 100 hands-on learning experiences, including courses, trips, and student clubs.
Engineering a working hovercraft? Creating your own podcast? Surviving the wilderness with your new best friends? That’s seriously fun! More than 75 hands-on learning experiences to choose from.
Pre-college isn’t about getting into a good school — it’s about knowing what to do when you get there. Sharpen your strengths and interests. Explore careers. Become who you’re meant to be.
At EXPLO, we strive to bring curiosity, engagement, and humanity to teaching and learning. Poke around and see what sparks your interest — if you have any questions or would like to connect with us, give us a call or drop us a line. Exploring the world of people and ideas requires community. We’d love to welcome you to ours.
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