The Sixth Annual Black Girl Magic Ball will pay tribute to Elisa Del Valle, Assistant Head for Student Life and Director of Social Justice and Inclusion, as an Esteemed Honoree.
Added to: Diversity and Social Justice
Maureen Lamb, Latin Faculty and Dean of Educational Technology and Innovative Pedagogy, has been honored with The Society of Classical Studies (SCS) Award for Excellence in Teaching at the K-12…
Lucie Martinelli '27 has been recognized by The Boston Globe as an All-Scholastic Athlete.
For generations, young women have come to The Ethel Walker School to discover their capabilities in a community that cherishes learning and curiosity. At Walker’s, girls in grades 6–12 grow in their confidence and sense of higher purpose. They flourish, with each girl knowing that she will become the person she is meant to be.
Intellectual life at Walker’s is structured to leave room for exploration — and joy. Our master faculty expertly design the curriculum to be meaningful, challenging and inspiring. A robust offering of courses stretch students to become reflective, analytical thinkers who are motivated to direct their own learning.
In their quest to master content, Walker’s students pose challenging questions to test norms and disrupt the gendered mindset that informs traditional methods of teaching. Walker’s girls are the intellectual leaders and stewards of their own education.
Located in the heart of New England, our stunning 175-acre campus sits amidst farms and meadows abutting 427 acres of preserved land. From the gold of autumn to the white of winter snow until the green of spring awakens, each change of season reinvigorates the lives of all in the Walker’s community. We invite you to visit to tour our campus, sit in on our classes, meet current students and faculty, and talk with us about beginning your journey at Walker’s.
Imagine yourself at Walker’s! We are committed to making the application process as seamless as possible. Learn more about application requirements, important deadlines, affording Walker’s, and what it means to be a Walker’s girl.