SA Fall Picnic Features Canoe Trip

SA Fall Picnic at Wisconsin Academy traditionally includes a variety of games and relays on the ballfield, pitting class against class. This past Sunday, the Student Association found a creative replacement, canoing -  equally as fun and in compliance with social distancing. After a prayer for safety and courage for nervous first-timers, our cavalcade [...]

Juniors Read With Elementary Students

Last Tuesday, Juniors in Bible III had the privilege of spending time with elementary students at Petersen Elementary School just down the road. During a recent unit on the book of Daniel, the Juniors wrote and illustrated children's books based on its inspiring stories. The final portion of the project was to read their [...]

Skiing at Cascade Mountain

Last week the whole school spent Monday at Cascade Mountain, skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. Many tried skiing or snowboarding for the first time. The weather was great and we had a lot of fun. We were sore for the next few days, but it was worth it! Thank-you, Mike Cho, for pictures! [...]

Attending GYC

Thirty-six students, staff, and friends began the new year in prayer with thousands of other young people at the the 2019 GYC (Generation.Youth.Christ) convention in Louisville, Kentucky. Some students said they really enjoyed the speakers at the main sessions, including Israel Ramos, Sikhu Daco, and Moise Ratsara. Others really appreciated the united prayer sessions, [...]

A Field Trip to the Capitol

Sunday was gloomy and rainy, a great day for a field trip to a museum and the Wisconsin capitol building. Arriving in Madison, we visited the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, enjoying the engaging displays honoring those who served. We also toured the capitol. Some took a narrated tour of the various chambers and court rooms [...]

Students Attend SciFest at AU

This weekend, five students are attending Andrews University's annual SciFEST, a STEM weekend offering high school students a unique college experience on the university's main campus in Berrien Springs, Michigan. Students have been exploring the seven STEM departments at Andrews University: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics. Students also participate in [...]

Music Groups Tour Four States

In early March, students in Choralaires and Belissimi Cerchi visited six schools, five churches, and a nursing home on a four-state tour including Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. In addition to performances, they worked with students in Adventist schools, helping preparing them for the upcoming MusicFest. While in Kentucky, the visited the Creation Museum [...]

Students Tour Wisconsin Capitol Building

On Monday, students toured the Wisconsin Capitol building in Madison. We enjoyed a guided tour through the impressively designed building, visiting the chambers for the senate, assembly, supreme court, governor's conference, and of course, the rotunda. Did you know that the Wisconsin capitol is sixteen fee two inches taller than the US capitol building? [...]