Class of 2015 Tag

Senior, Victoria Bevill, was honored as the Rotary Club April Student of the Month. Victoria has over 1,000 service hours and has participated in many outreach activities during her time in high school. She has attended the Freedoms Foundation Leadership Summit at Valley Forge, held office in the NHS, served on student council, led worship both at WA and her church, been on various missions trips, and much more. Victoria is a leader amongst her classmates and has been a great example of service to WA. Way to go Victoria!...

On Tuesday, May 5, the annual Senior Chapel was held in the CRPC Sanctuary. It was a special chapel, coordinated by Mr. Jominy, full of hilarious stories and kindhearted commemorations of the class of 2015. The chapel opened up with Mrs. Hall, Alumni Association President, awarding scholarships from the Alumni Association to two deserving seniors: Ashley Aguiar and Jacob Mwangi Mungai.  They won based on their display of leadership and Christ-likeness. Then reflections on memories from the past and many funny stories were shared with videos and pictures.  Mr. Jominy closed the chapel with a video of each of the...

On Monday, April 27, 12 student athletes at WA signed their letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level. Swimming, water polo, football, track, basketball, and baseball were all represented in this signing. Coach Smith, parents, and coaches all spoke on behalf of each student and the students were given time to thank those around them. We are so proud of these athletes and wish them all the best in this new adventure God is taking them on.Way to go Lions!Andrew Boynton, Basketball, Anderson University Ebony Brown, Track & Field, Boston University Jordan Cabral, Football, Liberty University Frankie Corridori, Baseball, Baltimore...

We are excited to announce that Furman University selected five WA students as Furman Scholars. Brandon Climenhage, Hannah Harms, Thomas Messer, Gabriella Shyne, and Mark Yoder were awarded this honor based on strong academics, leadership, extracurricular activities, and community service. Way to go Brandon, Hannah, Thomas, Gabriella, and Mark!...

Micah Smith was honored with the Brian Piccolo award on Wednesday, April 15. Due Brian Piccolo's courage, perseverance, hard work, and concern for others, Broward County organized an award that goes to a high school football player from each school that has demonstrated these qualities. A banquet is given in the spring to honor these award winners coupled with a plaque to recognize their accomplishments. A guest speaker, usually a college football coach or someone else related to football, encourages and honors the award winners. Last night it was Dabo Swinney, head football coach at Clemson. Way to go Micah!...