Walker's offers a daily bus transportation service for day students. The regular schedule will begin on the first full day of classes, Monday, September 9. Additional details on the program can be found on our bus transportation page.
Walker's Athletic Director Kati Eggert, Assistant Athletic Director Mimi Duran and Athletic Trainer Kristin Nicolle, ATC/L are running a preseason conditioning clinic for summer 2019, focusing on agility, endurance, and core skills. All ability levels are welcome - open to girls in grades seven through 12.
Each year we look for families in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York to host our international students during long weekends or breaks. We hope you will consider this amazing opportunity to welcome an international student into your home where you can share in a cultural exchange and learn more about places around the world.
As part of the upcoming launch of the Walker's Capabilities Approach, we are offering a free Girls Who Code program called "Website Design and Development" this summer. This program is now open to Walker's students entering grades 6-12 in Fall 2019.
Sydney Satchell '10, Paralympic athlete for the USA Women's Sitting Volleyball team, traveled back to Walker's from Lima, Peru with her gold medal in hand and passed it around to the student-athletes that participated in Walker's preseason while sharing her story.
Walker's entered its 109th academic year last week, welcoming 75 new students from 6 states and 12 different countries, including Bermuda, China, Colombia, Dominica, Germany, India, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, and the United Kingdom.
Read more for individual equestrian results from recent shows including the Vermont Summer Festival, Farfield County Hunt Club, Folly Farm and Zephyr Farm.
Walker's equestrians continue to compete throughout the summer, taking home several ribbons in top regional horse shows.