A Note to Parents

Dear Parents, Some of you have expressed concern about returning to school after Thanksgiving break. There are schools going virtual over the holiday season; however, we would like to avoid that. It's difficult to do semester exams from a distance, and there are some classes (e.g. Shop/Home-Ec/Industrial Arts) that are hard or impossible to [...]

Students “Attend” Classes from Home for a Week

Last week, the entire student body "attended" classes from home via Microsoft Teams. While most classrooms were already equipped with cameras and the rest to connect with distance students, directing lessons exclusively to the cameras without students in the room was an adjustment. That didn't stop Mr. Cantrell from discussing the mechanics of elections [...]

More About Our New Hybrid Program

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, [...]

Immediate Decisions Regarding Coronavirus

With the coronavirus striking a variety of places around the world and measures being put into place regarding travel and large gatherings, the Education Committee has had to make some immediate decisions regarding Wisconsin Academy and its activities. First, based on what other Adventist secondary schools are doing, the academy will be having students [...]

Preparedness Training Day

As the coronavirus threat, also known as COVID-19 remains top-of-mind for many, Wisconsin Academy chose to address the issue head-on with a day of education and preparedness training. On Wednesday, March 4, the entire student body spent six hours in general sessions and hands-on break-outs learning about prevention, preparedness, hydrotherapy, nutrition & temperance, water [...]