We Two

Welcome to the wonderful world of the toddler years! Wheeling Country Day School offers We Two​, ​a great introduction to the parent-teacher partnership in a child’s education.

We Two provides a positive first school experience in a non-threatening environment and atmosphere so that children realize that learning is fun. They enjoy experiences in and exposure to the various areas of development that are age and stage appropriate for toddlers and to help them “grow from what they know” by aiding them in making connections.

Play is a toddler’s work, a vehicle for social, emotional, and cognitive development. We Two offers children opportunities to understand their world, interact with others, and explore their natural curiosity. The parents/caregivers provide security and support while the children experience music and movement, stories, crafts, and playtime throughout the program.

There is no one like your child! Each is unique with development taking place at individual rates. We Two is a fun, interactive, enriching environment where each child’s development is embraced and further developed. The interaction that takes place between and among the children, their caregivers, and the teacher promotes a sense of accomplishment and growth. My goal is to continue to bring out the natural love of learning and inquisitive nature that is the essence of the 18-month to three-year-old in a safe, caring environment.

We Two Schedule

  • Little Explorers: Fridays from 9:00 AM-10:15 AM (Younger Children)
  • We Two: Fridays from 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM (Older Children – approaching 3rd birthday)

We Two Cost

  • Little Explorers: $625 (25 sessions)
  • We Two: $700.00 (28 sessions)
Young Students playing with rocks and creating art outside of school

Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to introduce a friend or family member to this opportunity, please share this information or contact Stephanie Skadra with names and email addresses, and we will do the rest.

We Two Teachers & Staff

Stephanie Skadra

We Two & Director of Admissions

Creative & Skill-Based Courses

In addition to the traditional subject areas, students participate in fine arts, physical education, foreign language, and technology classes. An emphasis on the fine arts has been a part of the school since its inception. Biweekly classes in art and music are highlights in the children’s experiences. Daily physical education classes enhance physical development, while the morning intramural program fosters team relationships across grade levels. Children learn to use both the library and the computer as valuable resources for information.

An Emphasis on Character Development

Character development instruction highlighting respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness, caring, and citizenship complements the academic offerings. Each teacher weaves this special program into the class’s regular curriculum.

Technology & Culture

While being part of the Wheeling Country Day School community, children prepare for an increasingly global, technological society with language and culture classes as well as technology instruction. In addition to studying Spanish and Japanese, students explore the rich cultural heritage represented by the school’s families. Special school-wide and classroom activities throughout the year expand this understanding of the relationship between self and community. At the same time, students receive computer instruction preparing them for the world’s technology and their participation in it.

Before & Aftercare Programs

Our before and aftercare programs are designed to help the student and the parent. Drop your students off early or pick them up a bit later and feel comfortable knowing they are safe and still learning.

Tutoring & Multisensory Learning

Edge at Wheeling Country Day School is an on-campus instruction center for students with language-based learning differences. 

Early Childhood Education

For students ready to graduate from We Two, Wheeling Country Day School offers Early Education classes for preschool and kindergarten.

Frequently Asked Questions

What ages/grades are offered at WCDS?

Wheeling Country Day School has programs for children ages 2-14. Our We Two program is offered as a once-a-week offering, while our preschool through 8th-grade programs provides full-day options. 

Is Wheeling Country Day School Accredited?

Wheeling Country Day School is fully accredited by the Independent School Association of the Central States (ISACS).

Do you provide Financial Aid and Scholarships?

Wheeling Country Day School offers Need-Based Flexible Tuition to enroll students who could not otherwise afford to attend. No qualified student should be deterred by financial restraints from applying to Wheeling Country Day School, and families who feel they need assistance are encouraged to apply.

Do you provide Before and After Care programs?

Wheeling Country Day School offers Before School Care for students from 7:30 AM to 8:00 AM. 

After School Care is provided until 5:30 PM. 

Before and After Care are optional add-ons to your monthly tuition. 

Learn More About Before and After Care Programs


Apply Now

Applying online is easy with WCDS. Complete and submit your online application. This application confirms your interest and prompts the school’s consideration of your child. You can download and submit the records release form if your child currently attends kindergarten or above. 

Schedule Your Visit

Schedule Now

The school takes great pride in the fact that the Head of School meets with each family to engage in a mission/philosophy conversation. Admissions Events offer this group opportunity or you can contact the Admissions Office for special arrangements. 

Experience WCDS by coming to the campus for an age-appropriate visit with faculty and peers. 

Diversity Statement

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WCDS seeks to purposefully build an environment that reflects and honors diversity. We honor the dignity of every human being, and we respect and value differences including but not limited to socioeconomics, race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, and family composition. Our community is committed to ongoing dialogue, education, and reflection to develop understanding and inclusion of every member.

Experience WCDS

Schedule a School Tour or Classroom Visit

Observe our curious and engaged students and teachers in their classrooms and throughout our spacious campus with its grass playing field, classroom courtyard, and outdoor amphitheater. Sit in on classes that give great attention to a curriculum that matches the optimum times for learning within a child’s first ten years.

Upcoming Early Childhood Events

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