Two schools on one campus. A museum of paleontology. An honor code carried out by the students themselves. A college placement record with few rivals. Students on campus from 17 states and 19 countries. A commitment to team sports,outdoor activities and thearts. These attributes just begin to describe what makes Webb, Webb. Webb offers a unique program of a single-sex and coeducational environment on one campus, providing abundant opportunities for academic discovery and unbounded thinking. Recognizing the formative differences between boys and girls during early adolescence, core classes in the first two years are single-sex; electives and upper-division courses are coeducational. A commitment to honor is a central part of our community, in every program, every classroom, and every person. With top athletic facilities, strong art and music programs, a remarkable paleontology program through the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, and a dedication to community service, Webb is designed to challenge a student at all levels and in all activities.
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