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  • Watershed School Boulder CO
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Watershed School is an uncommon school that fosters academic excellence and upstanding character through an innovative, rigorous, and effective experiential college prep curriculum.  Our students experience adventure and wonder as they learn by doing and engage in complex, in-depth and abstract thoughts in written, oral and artistic forms.

Welcome Greg Bamford – New Head of School!

Greg Bamford full shotThe Watershed School board of trustees is proud announce the appointment of Greg Bamford to be the Watershed School’s new head of school, effective July 1, 2014. The appointment follows a nationwide search launched last May. Trustees, faculty members, staff, parents, and current students all participated in the search process. Based on his close alignment with the qualities and values, our community believes are critical for serving the mission of the School, Greg distinguished himself from a strong pool of qualified applicants.

See Greg’s TedX talk    

Letter from Greg Bamford

Board of Trustees announcement

Watershed and Greg Bamford featured in BCBR!

bcbrWatershed’s scholars master real-life learning, check out this great article in the Boulder County Business Report.

BOULDER — The Watershed School educational model aims to eliminate the student’s question: “How will studying this ever be useful for me in real life?”
Instead of emphasizing rout memorization, the private school in Boulder focuses on experiential learning and extends the classroom for sixth- through 12th graders into the community. Read more.

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