Alumna Maisie Smith '19 reflects on her participation in Walker's athletics and how it has shaped her college experience at Haverford College, PA. Maisie recently completed her freshman year there playing squash.
Walker's Swim Team completed over 41 miles in one hour during one of their afternoon practices in February and raised more than $4,000 for The Edward J. Madden Open Hearts Camp as the designated charity.
The New York Times has a weekly installment called "By the Book" which is a series of questions and answers about the reading habits of notable writers. Walker's tenth chapter features student Ellie Lardner '23.
Nine new members of the Walker's student-body have been selected to The Ethel Walker Athletic Council (EWAC), a student organization that strives to improve and develop leadership skills, sportsmanship, responsibility, competitiveness, a positive attitude and an understanding of what it means to be a leader of Walker's athletic program.
Walker's Middle School Debate Team has been working since February on the motion, "This House believes that nuclear power should be expanded for civilian use." On May 9, the team spent all day in Zoom breakout rooms arguing that motion. They had to prepare and argue both sides of the debate. Over 100 middle school debaters took part in this first online tournament for middle school students in Connecticut.
Alumna Mary McNally reflects on her participation in Walker's athletics and how it has shaped her college experience at Siena College (NY). Mary is a captain and three-sport athlete, including cross country, indoor track and outdoor track.
Kate Weiss '21, a member of Walker's CyberStrong club, has qualified Walker's for nationals in the Girls Go Cyberstart competition.