Do you believe in the power of girls? We do.
People who know Walker’s will tell you that when girls in grades 6–12 first arrive here, they fall in love with the all-girls environment, the serene beauty of our campus, and the power of learning in our classrooms that elevates academic performance.
Walker’s has a strong reputation in three areas: high academic standards that stretch students and motivate them to direct their own learning, the spirit of our all-girls community, and the individual attention we focus on our students. At Walker’s, girls in our Middle School, Upper School, plus our postgraduate year pursue their passions, find their voice, take risks, try new things, and make lifelong friends.
We are often asked what we look for in an applicant and, frankly, there is no one type of girl. Rather, we look for girls who can both be academically successful and contribute to our community through their passions and co-curricular activities. We seek students who want to push themselves to explore new opportunities and enrich the lives of others in their own unique ways.
Meet with a member of our Admission Team to go over any initial questions and the application process. Schedule time here!
Our grades nine through 12 Upper School serves not only as preparation for college, but for life itself in this century of constant change. Walker’s graduates, whatever field they pursue, are societal engineers, reworking and rewiring the mechanisms of our world.
As the only private all-girls middle school in central Connecticut, Walker’s Middle School offers a day program for girls in grades six through eight along with a boarding program for girls in grades seven and eight and daily bus service from Greater Hartford.
Anne Carofino-Hunt P’22
Anne moved back to Connecticut from Guatemala City with her two children to start her job at Walker’s. Anne has extensive years of experience in everything from teaching and college counseling, to directing admissions offices and multi-cultural recruitment. She has worked at schools in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut, China, Guatemala and Mexico. Anne has a degree in psychology from Muhlenberg College.
Elizabeth Greenberg '10
Elizabeth Greenberg grew up in Avon, CT and attended Renbrook School before starting at Walker’s in the eighth grade. She began as a day student but spent her final two years in the dorms as a boarder. Elizabeth is an avid equestrian and was heavily involved in the Walker’s equestrian program as a rider and team captain. In addition, Elizabeth participated in the Walker’s dance program and was a Cicerone tour guide. After graduation, she attended Elon University where she received her B.S.B.A. in Entrepreneurship and Marketing with a concentration in sales.
Following her college career, Elizabeth was accepted into a business accelerator program in Chapel Hill, NC where she launched Non-Scents, a company she co-founded with her mother, Mimi Greenberg. Elizabeth also worked in digital marketing and spent her weekends working with horses as an instructor and a trainer.
Today, Elizabeth is an admissions associate here at Walker’s and loves every minute of being back on campus. She is a former member of The Ethel Walker School Alumnae Board and keeps her horse, Honey, right across the street in the beautiful barn.
Jonathan came to Walker’s from Vassar College, where he was the assistant director of alumni engagement. Prior to his time at Vassar, he was an advancement staff specialist at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. Previously, he worked as an administrative assistant to the director of development at Trinity College (Hartford), his alma mater, where he studied Sociology. Jonathan’s experience in development and alumni relations make him well-suited to admissions where strong interpersonal, technological and institutional skills are critical.
Amy Paul P'16, '18
Amy received her Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University and her Juris Doctor from Boston University. She worked as an attorney in a general practice in Hartford for several years before taking a position as a full-time parent caring for her three children. She is committed to volunteering in her community, and serves as co-board chair of Horizons at The Ethel Walker School, is involved in local politics, and serves on a mental health board. Amy was the president of The Ethel Walker School Parent Association and served on the School’s board of trustees when her daughters Georgia ’16, and Holly ’18 were students at Walker’s. Her work in the admission office has been a seamless transition due to her deep affection for Walker’s and her involvement over the years.
Amy lives in Avon with her family.
Aline is a seasoned enrollment professional who comes to Walker’s with 28 years of admissions and marketing experience in independent schools, both boarding and day, and higher education in Connecticut. Most recently she was the director of admission at the Forman School and previously the director of enrollment management and marketing at Chase Collegiate School. Aline has been a faculty member of the Association of Independent School Admission Professionals (AISAP) annual institute where she presented on strategic enrollment management and marketing. She has been a presenter for the National Association of Independent Schools’ (NAIS) national meeting and for the Small Boarding Schools Association. Aline has been an accreditation committee member for admissions for the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). She holds a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications from the University of Hartford. When not at Walker’s, she enjoys swimming, cooking and reading.