Since 1844, Wyoming Seminary has built a reputation on challenging academic courses and outstanding faculty. Teachers encourage students to turn interests into passions. Through elective courses and academic clubs such as robotics, engineering, Mock Trial, Model UN, and a vast selection of AP courses, Wyoming Seminary prepares students for college and beyond.
86% of 2016 graduates went on to the top three tiers of selectivity based on Barron’s Guide.
79% of Sem’s faculty hold advanced degrees; 60% live on campus.
86% of Sem's 2015 AP test takers earned a 3 or higher, compared to 67% in PA, 57% nationally, and 58% globally.
13 is the average class size.
8:1 is the student:teacher ratio.
9th graders participate in a STEM Foundations course which introduces them to advanced elements of science, technology, engineering and math.
10th grade is when individualized college counseling starts for all Sem students.
122 2016 graduates matriculated to 84 colleges and universities, 3 took a gap year, and 1 is a Marine.
157 different courses are offered at the Upper School.
5 is the average trimester course load per student.