The Emma Willard School
It's a great honor to capture the Emma Willard School in an ongoing collaboration.
The first women's higher education institution in the United States, it was founded by women's rights advocate Emma Willard in 1814. Emma Willard is an independent college-preparatory day and boarding school enrolling students in grades 9–12 and post-graduate studies. Class sizes are kept at a 16-student maximum; the typical student to teacher ratio is 6 to 1. The Emma Willard Mission: Honoring our founder’s vision, Emma Willard School proudly fosters in each young woman a love of learning, the habits of an intellectual life, and the character, moral strength, and qualities of leadership to serve and shape her world.
As Emma has a broad international student body, touring the school can be challenging. We hope that our 3D tours will empower Emma to reach a broader audience and give girls all over the world a sense of how it feels to walk the halls of their stunning campus.