Make your first choice the right choice.
Apply now for the 2019-20 school year.
Few decisions have the lasting impact on your child as that of your school choice. During these formative years, life-long friendships will be made, and values will be instilled. Weilenmann School of Discovery is here to partner with you in making those days the very best that they can be.
All interested applicants must submit an “Intent to Enroll” form to be included in on-going enrollment lotteries.
Weilenmann School of Discovery is a Kindergarten through Eighth Grade Utah public charter school serving over 590 students.
Since its founding in 2010, Weilenmann School of Discovery has continued to grow through opportunities for academic excellence, intellectual inquiry, artistic expression, creativity and discovery, and a strong connection to nature and the outdoors.
Watch why students love Weilenmann.
What Makes WSD Unique?
We provide individualized learning through small and flex groups, inquiry-, project-, and technology-based learning, tiered learning assistance, and a comprehensive Special Education program.
We invest resources in teachers! In addition to the regular classroom teacher, Lower School students learn from specialty teachers in Science, Art, Music, PE and Outdoor Education.
We are all in it together. In our community of teachers, students, families and friends, each plays an important part, and each contributes to the ongoing success of the Weilenmann School of Discovery.
“We love the focus on the ‘whole child’ at WSD. Not only is my son thriving academically, but he is learning how to be a good member of his family, school and community.”
Jo, WSD Parent
Few chairs, no whiteboards or desks, and a dirt hole the size of an auditorium were just a few of the challenges that students, teachers, and parents faced on the…
Last spring, an article was published in the online educational magazine, Edutopia, that featured Weilenmann School of Discovery’s administrative model. In the article, educational consultant Heather Wolpert-Gawron made the observation…