Seniors Grow Closer During Camp Out

When the Senior Class of 2021 left campus last Friday for their traditional Senior Experience camp out, they had little idea of how much would go wrong and how much would go right over the weekend. “It was a Murphy’s Law trip,” said one senior upon return, only to be interrupted by another senior [...]

A Weekend at Camp Sagola

With the Seniors gone on their traditional Senior Experience, the remainder of the school headed north to spend the weekend at Camp Sagola, near Crystal Falls in Michigan's upper peninsula. After moving into our cabins and enjoying a warm supper in the lodge, we gathered to welcome the Sabbath with singing and vespers. Pastor [...]

Home Ec Students Dig Potatoes

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 [...]

Outdoor Church at Big Hill Park

We were blessed to enjoy a really wonderful outdoor Sabbath experience at Big Hill Park in Beloit this past weekend. On a wide grassy lawn surrounded by towering trees, we had church, led by Mr. Doug Show. He preached on the story of Elijah, and its relevance for today's end-time people. After church and [...]

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 [...]

New Gardening Class to Begin in January

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 [...]

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! [...]

Sabbath at the Lion’s Den

Our Sabbath afternoon trip to Lion's Den Gorge Nature Preserve near Port Washington on the shores of Lake Michigan was unaffected by light rain and cool temperatures. We enjoyed a short trek down the bluffs to the narrow beach where the waves crashed relentlessly on the shore. Some stacked rocks, dug caves in the [...]

Sabbath Afternoon at Horicon Marsh

On Sabbath afternoon, September 14, we visited Horicon Marsh, the largest freshwater cattail marsh in the United States and nesting site for tens of thousands of migrating birds. After a nice walk along the shores of the marsh, we enjoyed a delicious picnic provided by the cafeteria staff and a special Hallowed Moments time [...]