Middle School Tag

The students of NHS and NJHS invite our upper school families to support two local ministries in their drive this Thanksgiving. In the spirit of thankfulness, please donate canned and pantry goods and luggage now through Friday, November 16. Please leave items with A-1 teachers who will keep a tally. The grade level with the most donations will win a “dress down day.”The food drive directly supports the outreach ministry of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church who feeds many homeless in our community. Collections will go across the street to fill their pantry shelves. The luggage drive supports the foster care...

The 7th Annual Sporting Clay Tournament presented by BBI is coming up on Friday, November 30, at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee. The registration fee is $300 per shooter and student entry is $125. Students must be accompanied by a participating parent. If you do not own a shotgun, you will be able to rent one from Quail Creek and purchase ammunition. All skill levels are welcome to participate! Sponsorship opportunities begin at $200 and provide great marketing exposure to our school community. All logos must be received by Wednesday, November 14. Proceeds will benefit the Annual Fund. Visit wa.edu/clay...

Parents of students of all ages, join us for College Planning 101 on Tuesday, November 27, at 6:30 p.m. WA alumni and Certified Financial Planner™, Philip Piedt ’07, Partner at Benchmark Financial and local financial professional, John Novoa ’02, of Benefits Retirement Group will be sharing strategies for saving and preparing for higher education. Early preparation is key, so we encourage parents of preschoolers through seniors to attend. You’ll learn how the new tax laws impact usage of 529 funds going forward, as well as other valuable information. As a college preparatory school, we are excited to offer this event...

Dear WA Community,I have the distinct privilege at WA to focus on the faith development of our students, ensuring they have the opportunity to build and develop their personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The upper school spiritual retreats created that platform.We sent our students out of the classroom with one purpose: to teach the transforming work of Jesus Christ. In Vero Beach, our sixth-grade students heard from Dylan Kallioinen, lead pastor of Trinity Church, and our seventh and eighth-grade girls heard from Lilibeth Rivera Garcia. In Lake Placid, Caleb Koornneef, director of student ministries from Coral Ridge spoke to our...

Every year, the school strives for a high level of participation from the School Board, faculty, staff, current families, alumni, alumni families, grandparents and friends of the school. Our fiscal year runs July 1 to June 30 and every parent is encouraged to participate every year.Every family is asked to support the Annual Fund. Our goal is 100% participation. This symbolizes a collective investment in the school’s excellence and also increases opportunities for funding through grants.Every gift, regardless of the amount, enhances the WA experience and is an investment in the mission of our school.The distinctive qualities that a Christian,...