The Academy's academic program challenges students to maximize their God-given intellectual abilities as they prepare for success in the next phase of their education.
From basic college prep courses to Advanced Placement and college credit offerings, students are equipped to acquire knowledge, think critically and communicate effectively. Teachers employ a variety of instructional methods combined with current technology to provide our students with an exceptional education.
WCA students annually exceed state and national averages on the ACT (American College Test) which is administered to nearly 1.2 million college bound students. After graduation, approximately 94% of WCA students will attend a post-secondary institution. Of those students, a quarter of them will continue their education at a Christian university or college. Nearly every student who applies for college will be accepted into the college of his or her choice.
The majority of WCA students will earn either the College Preparatory or Honors Diploma upon graduation. In addition to advanced and honors courses, students may enroll in AP Calculus, AP English Language & Composition, and AP English Literature & Composition. A General Diploma is provided to students that meet graduation requirements of the State of North Carolina.