At Wisconsin Academy, we believe that a living faith relationship with Jesus Christ is the most important thing in the world. Jesus, as revealed in the Bible, is the only solid foundation upon which a truly successful life can be built.
Because we are committed to leading our students to a relationship with Jesus, we are careful to hire faculty and staff who are not only skilled in their areas, but also demonstrate what a living faith relationship with Jesus looks like. By watching Christian adults live their lives for Jesus, students come to understand how faith is lived in the the real world.
We also set aside quality time for students, faculty, and staff to spend in worship. We strongly encourage spending time each morning with Jesus in private devotions. All dormitory students meet each weekday evening for worship time led by local pastors, faculty, and students. At the close of each week, we worship God together with the local Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Our curriculum includes systematic instruction in the great truths of the Bible, including those distinctive to the Seventh-day Adventist Church. They also review the lessons of God’s leading in the history of His people and His promises for the future. Classes emphasize practical skills for faithful living.
We believe that a student who has founded his or her life upon the solid rock of Jesus Christ will be prepared for the future, both in the this world, and the world to come.