GET INVOLVED AT WCA!
Be a Volunteer!
WCA is a community that loves volunteers! Is there a program that you'd like to see happen at WCA? Would you like to help us with the many productions produced by WCA? Can you help with clean-up? Can you be a hall-monitor or classroom aid? Help put on an event? Volunteer! Events and programs can't happen with you!
High school students may request 1 transcript during, or after their time at WCA. Additional transcripts will incur a $10 fee. Only high school classes, or classes that provide high school credit, such as math or foreign language will be included on the transcript.
All transcript requests must be made via the Transcript Request Form. Transcript processing may take up to 3 weeks and will not be processed during any scheduled breaks or during the months of August or September. Transcripts will be emailed back to the requesting family only.
Our Student Programs:
Phi Kappa Honor Society Sr. Beta Club
Fine Arts for Pre-K & Up
Study Skills Classes
Lab Sciences K & Up
Drama Classes K-12
Box Tops for Education
Math Honor Society
Student Academic Trips
Organized Social Outings
Presidential Volunteer Service Awards
Science Honor Society
Yearly Egg Drop Competition
Each year, our Honor Society and Student Government Association sponsor the Egg Drop Competition. Our students and their guests put their engineering and physics skills to the test by competing for prizes and the honor of being the Egg Drop Engineering Master.
Student Internship Program
Our Internship program is a fun way for students 6th grade and above to be a part of the co-op and earn volunteer hours by working with children and a master teacher in a developmental science class.
Students will have a chance to participate as an intern in the way they feel comfortable. They can intern just for fun, for experience, or for high school credit. Each intern will help in the classroom, but to earn high school credit, students will have a different level of responsibilities (journals, readings, lesson planning, creating a portfolio, etc.) outside of the classroom.
To be considered for this program, students must complete an application, an interview and have references checked.
For more information about this program, email the academy at email@example.com.
Student Research Program
High school students are challenged to complete original and independent research that is characteristic of college-level courses under the mentorship of collegiate and private industry researchers.
Mom's Night Out
Tired? Worn out? Need encouragement minus the little ones? Join us for a Mom's Night Out! Dates announced every other month.
Homeschool to College Fair and Workshop
Worried about college?
Join us for an annual Homeschool to College Fair and Workshop! Each year, we invite a selection of colleges and universities to discuss college admissions for the homeschooled and independent student. We discuss transcripts, what is involved in developing a rigorous curriculum for your student, testing options, and how you can best mentor your student through his/her high school years.