In Bible III, we've been studying about the Sanctuary and its services. Last week, Pastor Fetrick generously volunteered to bring his sheep to class, and so on Thursday we were treated have two of his lambs join us. While the students petted the lambs and fed them leaves and grass, Pastor Fetrick and his [...]
Yesterday afternoon, I stopped by the Industrial Arts class to see what they were up to. I found them with their instructor, Mr. Doug Show, near the maintenance building. With only two students in the class, it is quite informal. Mr. Show was teaching them to lay concrete block. A section of the old [...]
Last week, the students in Miss Heidi Rasmussen's Home Ec class dug up potatoes. Last spring, Mrs. Joella Show planted potatoes in a series of raised beds behind the greenhouses. Now it was time to get hands dirty and bring in the harvest. For some it was the first time digging potatoes. Eating mashed [...]
Every freshman, and several sophomores begin each day with a brand-new class designed to help ease the transition to high school. Titled "Strategies for Success," the course was developed and is taught by registrar Kelly Taitano. Practical skills and strategies are taught and practiced in the context of actual assignments the students are getting [...]
Out of an abundance of caution, we are pushing registration to August 23. This means the start of school will now be August 24. If you have any questions, please call the school at 920-623-3300.
Out of an abundance of caution, we are pushing the August 16 registration to August 23. This means the start of school will now be August 24 rather than August 17. If you have any questions, please call the school at 920-623-3300.
There's nothing like seeing old friends again! It was so good to see students back on the Wisconsin Academy campus, even if it was only temporarily, for early registration. The big dorm move-in day comes after regular registration. A partly-cloudy morning enabled us to have many registration stops out on the green lawn. Enjoy [...]
Starting in January, students will have the opportunity to enroll in a new class designed to teach the basic principles of gardening. The class will be taught over two semesters - part one in the spring, and part two in the fall. This will give students the opportunity to harvest what they planted. Over [...]
Congratulations Class of 2020! You are now leaving our campus and moving on with your lives. We wish you God's richest blessings. As you continue to discover the paths God has prepared for you to travel, our love and support go with you. "For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says [...]
Dear Parents & Students, Last week we sent out a note letting you know that we will be offering a hybrid program this year, and we asked you to think about what is best for your family. If you are leaning toward taking part in the live streaming as opposed to the face-to-face instruction, [...]