Over the past 37 years, many families have made an indelible mark on Waterford. The Mika Family is one that has not only impacted the past, but made a profound impact on its future.
A liberal arts education prepares students to adapt and thrive in a world of rapid change, cultivating the development of the whole person, while resisting premature specialization. In the World Languages Department, we take the liberal arts to heart—we believe that students can achieve high levels of proficiency in their chosen languages, and that in doing so, they should also become well-informed, culturally open-minded learners who are prepared for global responsibilities and community engagement.
Andrew Felsted—Class XI and Heber City Scout, Joins Elite Club, Earning All BSA Merit Badges
Waterford students, parents, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate the official dedication of the school’s newest learning space, the Lower School Outdoor Classroom.
The Outdoor Classroom’s dedication began the moment that our children set foot in the space and began their important and sacred work of play. - Dr. Melanie Battistone, Lower School Head
The University of Utah Summer Research Program, in its 4th year running, had another amazing group of students participate with the internship this summer.