Student Government is a student elected group of high school student leaders that collaborate to organize student life activities for the WCA high school student body. Student Government officers lead in community service, global outreach, school spirit, and spiritual development.
American Christian Honor Society
"The American Christian Honor Society (ACHS) was founded by AACS in 1979 to honor qualified high school students in member schools and to be uniquely Christian in its emphasis. The American Christian Honor Society seeks to:
1. Advance Christian Scholarship
2. Challenge Christian Leadership
3. Honor Christian Character
4. Stimulate Christian Service"
At Wilmington Christian Academy, this includes opportunities to serve the public through the Angel Tree Ministry, Work on Wilmington, Life Chain, and many more. Within the school itself, there are chances to serve through multiple channels, one of which is the Teacher's Assistant Program.
The WCA high school student body is divided into small groups. This program is identified as Group 52. This name comes from prayer, work, and fasting described to us in the book of Nehemiah. Our high school small groups meet together to pray, study God’s Word, and to connect spirituality as brothers and sisters in Christ. Our seniors at WCA have the opportunity to lead the Group 52 small groups and mentor those students placed in their care.
Youth Legislative Training Conference, sponsored by the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS) in Washington DC
The YLTC is designed to inform AACS young people about the American political system through the prism of a biblical worldview. Selected students have the opportunity to participate in a mock Senate, meet their Senators and Representatives, attend a Congressional briefing designed just for them, and glean important lessons from a wide variety of workshop speakers who give them practical insight into the workings of Washington. (Annual Conference over summer break – all expenses paid)
Congressman David Rouzer’s 7th District Congressional Youth Leadership and Entrepreneurial Conference
Annual youth conference for selected high school juniors from District 7 schools to attend this one day youth conference. Conference includes speakers and engaging activities focused on values-based leadership and the personal traits and qualities that lead to lasting success. Students are introduced to various entrepreneurial success stories and experiences of other young professionals. Held in conjunction with the BB&T Leadership Institute. (Annual Conference every Spring, Free)
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference
RYLA Conference is designed for high school juniors, who possess the following traits: leadership, potential, character above reproach, above average academic record, active in school and/or community activities. Wilmington Area Rotary clubs host this annual conference as one way of fulfilling the object of Rotary, which is to encourage and foster the ideal of service and leadership. (Annual Conference every Fall, Free)
The Teacher Cadet program offers high-achieving, academically talented students the opportunity to improve interpersonal and leadership skills while introducing them to teaching as a career. The cadet program seeks to provide high school students from a biblical insight into the nature of teaching, the problems of schooling, and the critical issues affecting education today. Cadets will interact with administration, teachers, and students in a hands-on learning environment.