Admissions

Our Student Ambassadors

Learning to Lead

At Woodlynde School, we're not just teaching students how to learn, we're also teaching them how to lead. Woodlynde School's Student Ambassador Program is just one of the many leadership opportunities available to students in grades 7-12.
Student ambassadors represent the school and aid the Admissions Department in various ways. The ambassadors give tours at our Open Houses, host visiting students, attend admissions events, and engage in a variety of other activities with the goal of providing a warm, Woodlynde School welcome and hospitable environment to all of our prospective families.

Below, you can learn more about the lives of our student ambassadors both inside and outside the classroom. After all, the best way to get to know Woodlynde School is by getting to know its students.

2019-2020 Student Ambassadors

List of 30 members.

  • Photo of Adanya Reid

    Adanya Reid 

    Class of 2024
    Bio
  • Photo of Aliya Ridgeway

    Aliya Ridgeway 

    Class of 2023
    Bio
  • Photo of Ava McEntire

    Ava McEntire 

    Class of 2024
    Bio
  • Photo of Chloe Wheeler

    Chloe Wheeler 

    Class of 2020
    Bio
  • Photo of Christopher Torretti

    Christopher Torretti 

    Class of 2024
    Bio
  • Photo of Cole Husar

    Cole Husar 

    Class of 2022
    Bio
  • Photo of Emma Smith

    Emma Smith 

    Class of 2023
    Bio
  • Photo of Gabriella Angelo

    Gabriella Angelo 

    Class of 2024
    Bio
  • Photo of Gabriella Gigliotti

    Gabriella Gigliotti 

    Class of 2025
    Bio
  • Photo of Gavin Polywacz

    Gavin Polywacz 

    Class of 2022
    Bio
  • Photo of Grant Geisler

    Grant Geisler 

    Class of 2021
    Bio
  • Photo of Jessica Gardy

    Jessica Gardy 

    Class of 2025
    Bio
  • Photo of Kalah-Anne Gadson-Graham

    Kalah-Anne Gadson-Graham 

    Class of 2022
    Bio
  • Photo of Katie Dougherty

    Katie Dougherty 

    Class of 2024
    Bio
  • Photo of Kinsey Koch

    Kinsey Koch 

    Class of 2021
    Bio
  • Photo of Layla Thorne

    Layla Thorne 

    Class of 2023
    Bio
  • Photo of Liam Safier

    Liam Safier 

    Class of 2023
    Bio
  • Photo of Maggie Russell

    Maggie Russell 

    Class of 2025
    Bio
  • Photo of Morgan Lang

    Morgan Lang 

    Class of 2022
    Bio
  • Photo of Matthew Dill

    Matthew Dill 

    Class of 2024
    Bio
  • Photo of Max Kugler

    Max Kugler 

    Class of 2020
    Bio
  • Photo of Nicholas Ferraro

    Nicholas Ferraro 

    Class of 2023
    Bio
  • Photo of Paige Clemmer

    Paige Clemmer 

    Class of 2025
    Bio
  • Photo of Sky Rota

    Sky Rota 

    Class of 2022
    Bio
  • Photo of Takeyo Rockmore

    Takeyo Rockmore 

    Class of 2022
    Bio
  • Photo of Tayiana Kishoiyian

    Tayiana Kishoiyian 

    Class of 2021
    Bio
  • Photo of Tim Vasey

    Tim Vasey 

    Class of 2023
    Bio
  • Photo of Victor Vernick

    Victor Vernick 

    Class of 2021
    Bio
  • Photo of Wayne Ireland

    Wayne Ireland 

    Class of 2020
    Bio
  • Photo of Zach Kennedy

    Zach Kennedy 

    Class of 2020
    Bio
Woodlynde School is a private, co-ed college prep day school located in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that serves intelligent, talented students with learning differences in grades K - 12. Woodlynde provides a comprehensive, evidence-based Kindergartenelementarymiddle and high school program in a challenging yet nurturing environment for students with average to above average cognitive abilities (IQ) who have language- or math-based learning differences (such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Dyscalculia), Executive Function Challenges, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or Auditory Processing Disorder. Even for those students without a diagnosed learning disability (LD), Woodlynde offers expert and caring teachers in small classroom settings that support academic success. Woodlynde School also offers a post-graduate (PG) program in partnership with Rosemont College as well as a regional Summer Camp for students who learn differently.