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In today’s fast-paced world, in which lifestyle choices are influenced by convenience and technology, chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure are rising at alarming rates. The EBS WellEducated initiative is designed provide the information faculty and staff need to make informed choices that can improve their health and well being. Workplace health programs have the potential to impact areas such as healthcare costs, absenteeism, productivity, recruitment/retention, culture and employee morale.

To support this goal EBS and UHC have agreed to provide funding for wellness initiatives to our member schools. 

32 AIMS member schools currently participate in the WellEducated Wellness program.

7 of these schools have earned the special designation as a WellEducated “A” rated school and 5 have earned the special designation as a WellEducated "A+" rated school. This honor is awarded to schools that have qualified for our WellEducated Wellness Program and have consistently implemented innovative and effective wellness programs for their faculty and staff for the past several years.


2019 "A+" Rated Schools

  • Charles E. Smith
  • Maryvale Preparatory School
  • Primary Day School
  • The Key School
  • Loyola Blakefield


2019 "A" Rated Schools

  • Sandy Spring Friends School
  • Friends School of Baltimore
  • Georgetown Day School
  • McDonogh School
  • The Gunston School
  • Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
  • Sidwell Friends School

To learn how your school can qualify for WellEducated funding, contact: