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All courses are vertically aligned from K through 12 and are taught by certified instructors.


The Academic Committee reviews all curriculum annually.

Graduation Requirements

We offer two degree plans that both meet the state's Distinguished Achievement Program requirements. We offer a standard and honors degree.

Academic Clubs

Currently, we offer Spanish, Creative Writing, and Yearbook clubs. Clubs fluctuate according to student interest.

Academic Competitions

Currently, we compete in Spanish and Ready Writing through the TAPPS organization.

Academic Organizations

We have had a National Honor Society chapter at WPA since 2008.  We also operate a House System, vertically integrating grades 7 -12 into four separate houses.


Currently, we have two major events during the school year designed to help our student body bond--the junior high retreat and the high school retreat. We also have two additional events that bring the secondary's family into our school--Grandpals' Day and Mock Day.

Other Academic Information

College Prep Hours

Students in high school must complete an average of 12 hours per year of college preparation. These include, but are not limited to college visits, ACT/SAT preparation and test taking, college lunch meetings, PSAT, You Science Test, etc. These hours do not apply prior to fall 2017.

College Lunches

These are held monthly and open to all secondary students and parents.  We go through the College Counseling Sourcebook.  College reps are also brought in for presentations.

ACT Prep Classes

These can be done on-line or on campus with our seminars

College Credit in HS

This is accomplished through the use of the CLEP tests, taking courses online or in the local community college then transferring the credit onto the WPA transcript.