Academics

Engaging Curriculum

 

Engaging Curriculum

With every student at WNA, we develop a course of study that is rigorous and college-preparatory in scope and direction. Our objective is to inspire curiosity, teach critical-thinking skills, and cultivate a passion for life-long learning that sets the foundation for a life that is both individually fulfilling and intrinsically valuable to the greater community.

We work with students and their families to prepare individualized paths of study to ensure that each student, whether admitted as a freshman or senior, is able to meet our demanding graduation requirements. After careful consideration and consultation, six academic courses are selected each year for each student. The curriculum meets and usually exceeds state standards, and our Academic Council reviews and augments the college-preparatory curriculum every year. We are accredited by both the Association of Maryland and DC Independent Schools (AIMS) and Middle States Commission on Higher Education Accreditation.

WNA’s robust and unique liberal arts curriculum is enhanced by our diverse learners from around the world, by our small class sizes that allow individualized attention, and by our superb faculty. We offer nearly 90 courses, which including a number of Advanced-Placement (AP) courses geared toward the national exams, and Advanced and Honors courses as well.
Dr. Christopher Gardner
History Department Chair
cgardner@wna.org
410-658-5556 Option 6
Tracey Ramey
Director of the International Program
tramey@wna.org
410-658-5556 Option 6