Discover what's beyond a traditional high school. Discover opportunity, preparation and excitement. Discover boarding.
It’s time to think big. To blaze new trails. To be transformed into the citizen of the future. Worldly. Well-rounded. Socially conscious. Culturally diverse. Independent. That’s what it means to be a Pioneer – to grow, to learn, to give and to evolve. Being a Pioneer also means being immersed in our community and united by traditions that are Uniquely Reserve.
Student Life at Reserve means leading, dreaming and finding new adventures. It involves everything you do here. Like pursuing your passions in clubs, through leadership opportunities, during weekend activities and as part of daily community gatherings. Student Life also is your avenue to peace and balance...quiet time in the library, dance parties in the dorm with friends, walks to downtown Hudson to the coffee shop or yoga studio, hikes in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Our Student Life Office is at the center of it all, your guide to the abundant opportunities at WRA that make you happy, and make us a family.
The Boarding School Advantage
Boarding gives you the chance to try new things, build amazing friendships, challenge yourself, gain independence, figure out what inspires you and discover all you can achieve when given the opportunity. If you are a day student considering WRA, you receive all the benefits of our community and culture as part of your school experience.
Learn what students, parents and advisors have to say about their journey with boarding.
Boarding parent Marsha shares her thoughts on boarding school.
Listen to what boarding parent Kristen has to say about students being their best selves at boarding school.
Hear why one student decided to pursue boarding school.
Boarding parent Kara discusses the benefits of boarding.
Advisor Tim discusses his perspective on boarding.
Hear why one boarding student feels more prepared for college.
Boarding parent Kara explains the boarding advantage of knowing your own strengths.
Advisor Tim discusses the advantage of boarding school.