Student leadership plays a big role at WRA with opportunities for students in every grade. Chances to inspire others, do more, learn more and be more are open to everyone. You can captain a team, sit on the honor council, act as a prefect in your dorm (like a college RA) or work as a Chief Ambassador with the Admission Office — just to name a few. In fact, if you’ve visited WRA you’ve likely spent time with one of our 54 Chief Ambassadors while touring campus, sitting together during lunch or visiting a class.
Dean of Student Life Wendy Skinner describes student leaders as role models on campus: “Student leaders are the driving force of much of the dynamic energy at WRA. Our very positive student culture would not be so authentic without our student leaders. Whether encouraging a shy ninth grade boarder to try something new as a Dorm Prefect, cheering on a home athletic event as a Dub Club leader or working with the administration on a new idea as a Student Council Representative, student leaders at Reserve serve as positive change agents, and they help keep our traditions current and alive.”