One of the oldest — and most iconic — landmarks at Wyoming Seminary was repaired to perfection during the 2021-22 school year.
Maintaining, and building upon, Wyoming Seminary's state-of-the-art learning environment is crucial to Sem's future success and growth. This is made possible with your help.
Your support extends to various programs and extracurricular activities that enrich the lives of our students, providing them with experiences that mold well-rounded individuals ready to excel in an ever-changing world. Your contributions also fund new and ambitious initiatives that allow our faculty members to develop and remain at the forefront of educational innovation.
Giving to Wyoming Seminary also means investing in the campus itself. One major project done in recent years was the restoration of the Nelson Bell Tower, as crews were tasked with doing work necessary to preserve the historic Upper School icon for many years to come. The Wyoming Seminary Alumni Council also funds an annual grant program that benefits the school's extracurricular clubs and programs. There are countless other ways in which philanthropy has directly impacted and benefited Wyoming Seminary.
Carpenter Hall, the dormitory for sophomore through senior and postgraduate boys, received some major upgrades at the start of the 2023-24 school year
The Betsy and Bruce Gover Outdoor Classroom/Garden at Wyoming Seminary Lower School is a beautiful outdoor learning space made possible through generous support.