We are excited to offer students a rigorous, thematic course of study, that focuses on incorporating science, technology, engineering, art, and math, across all disciplines! Students will have the opportunity to discover and explore their passion while developing the 21st Century college and career skills of critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication!
Look for the opportunity to apply when the CHOICES Brochure comes out later this year!
Celebrate our cultural diversity through performances, food, and educational activities! Families, communities, and classes from other schools are invited!
Click here to find out about camps, activities, and workshops to keep your child engaged, and learning, all summer long! Check back often as we will update this page as information becomes available.
All students new to Webster must complete complete a registration packet.
This includes incoming 6th graders and students entering any of our specialized programs (SAS, STEAM Academy, etc,.)
Families are highly encouraged to complete the registration process as early as possible to ensure proper class programming and to avoid the rush as we get closer to the start of the new school year.
Families should go to the Attendance Office. Registration hours are:
Monday - Friday
12:30pm to 3:00pm
Our School for Advanced Studies (SAS) program enrolls students who are identified gifted, or meet certain criteria through portfolio assessment and test scores. The students receive accelerated, differentiated instruction, from teachers who must partake in 16 hours or more of specialized professional development each year.
We are now accepting applications for a limited number of open enrollment seats available at Webster for the 2016-2017 school year.
Download an application here, or pick one up in the attendance office.
Enroll your child today and be a part of the Webster Way!
Watch our students collaborate, communicate, create, and use critical thinking skills in the classroom! Webster students are leaders!
Volunteer to help care for and maintain the Daniel Webster School Garden, which serves to educate students about the environment and environmental inequity, as well as to provide a resource that enriches the community. Volunteers work to create new gardening plots, remove weeds and brush, and add new plants.