Our curriculum is designed to yield a college-prepared student. Our high school students take all four core subjects (math, science, language arts, social studies) each year, and two years of foreign language. Our students take SAT/ACT Prep as a class, and our high schoolers (9-12) take both tests annually. Some of our middle school students have already earned scores that meet college entrance requirements. But what makes a Wilson Warrior even more prepared for college is our academic method. Because our students test weekly, they know how to study. Study skill is seldom taught in other private schools, but this is not the case at The Wilson Academy. Writing skill is also an area of focus. Headmaster Wilson, a published author, has ensured that students at The Wilson Academy have daily writing assignments. This way, our students will not struggle with essay sections on college entrance exams, or college writing assignments like term papers.
All colleges look great on their websites. To get a true feel for universities students need to visit them. On average, The Wilson Academy visits twenty or more colleges and universities each school year. We even have annual out-of-state college road trips. Because our students have actually experienced college campuses, they are able to make better decisions when it’s time to choose a college.
From the time your child begins middle school with us, we help develop his or her plan for college. Year-by-year we evaluate factors such as where your child will benefit most academically, where your child is academically competitive, what viable options she or he has, and a host of other considerations. As a result, our students earn thousands of dollars in scholarships each year. A thorough college prep. approach is the reason The Wilson Academy Graduates attend a wide range of quality public and private, in and out-of-state colleges and universities. You may view a list of some of those universities by clicking here.