Welcoming Mrs. Fuzzletop, Mrs. Frazzlebun, and Mrs. Frizzywig!

January 28, 2016 It’s the 100th day of school at Wake Christian Academy today! The first-grade teachers have taken the day off for some rest and relaxation! Not to worry, we have three qualified substitutes filling in. Who better to help the students with their 100th Day learning activities than someone who has lived 100 years? […]

Fiddler on the Roof comes to WCA

By Evie Fordham The Wake Christian Academy Class of 2016 is excited to present their senior play Fiddler on the Roof. Performances are 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 28 and Friday, January 29 as well as a dinner theater performance at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 30. The performances will be in the Wake Christian […]

Staff Spotlight: Mike Woods

By Evie Fordham   Mike Woods, Wake Christian Academy’s Head of School, seldom gets bored with his job. “As Head of School, I have the privilege of interacting with and providing direction to all areas of the school,” he said, “It is very interesting to move from discussing elementary curriculum with Mrs. Sauls to reviewing […]

Fall Elementary Clubs Photo Gallery: Activities for all interests!

Third, fourth and fifth-grade students in our Spring and Fall After-School Clubs find inspiration and new interests, make new friends, accomplish goals, develop life-long skills, and have a lot of fun! Our 2015-2016 Fall/Winter Clubs have recently ended so we wanted to highlight some of our favorite moments. Our 2015-2016 Fall/Winter Clubs have recently ended […]

Faculty Spotlight: Kimberly Causer

By Evie Fordham   Kimberly Causer is the Elementary Curriculum Assistant at Wake Christian Academy. She started working at the school in 2014 following a thirteen-year career as an accountant. “After my youngest went to kindergarten, I chose to follow my passion for teaching and went back to school at East Carolina University,” she said, […]

STEM Week: Fourth and Fifth Grades Get Loopy

Designing roller coasters with foam insulation tubing is harder than it looks, especially when you are a Wake Christian Academy 4th or 5th Grader! During the first part of STEM Week 2016, teams had to systematically work through eight different trials to gain a greater understanding of how each modification affected the results. Their objective was to […]

STEM Week: Humpty Dumpty Falls for Second Grade

The second-grade classes assigned to design a contraption that would protect Humpty Dumpty during his upcoming great fall took their responsibilities very seriously.  Having already learned how potential and kinetic energy works with gravity, the students knew they must protect their egg from an untimely scramble. Anything from cotton products, diapers, socks, packing peanuts, cardboard […]

STEM Week: First Grade’s Wild Ride

It was no easy task for our groups of first-grade students to design a marble run that would last at least 20 seconds. For three days our first-grade student teams had the opportunity to discuss, design, construct and modify their apparatus. Results were altogether impressive but most importantly, our students showed leadership, cooperation, determination, problem-solving, budding […]

Teacher Spotlight: Malcolm Deans

By Evie Fordham   Spanish I teacher Malcolm Deans knows teaching is what he is meant to do. “What greater calling than to help mold the lives of individuals to serve God,” he said, “It’s a career that I do for life because God has called me to teach.” Mr. Deans, or as his students […]

STEM Week: Learning Soars to New Heights in Third Grade

After earning their “Gold Wings” in Computers with Mrs. Evans by completing virtual Flight School simulations, the third-graders were ready to take their knowledge to new heights. Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Tart planned some incredible learning opportunities for their third grade students for STEM Week 2016. During days 3-5, the classes explored principles of flight, motion […]

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