Wildwood Christian Academy FAQ...

Q. Why is Christian Education important?
A. The Bible can be our guide in so many areas of our lives. One area is the education of our children.

Deuteronomy 6:6-7: And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up.

Proverbs 22:6  Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.

We know the hearts of our children are important. Wildwood Christian Academy provides an environment where not only education is important, but the condition of the student's heart is just as important. WCA partners with the parents to help feed the students the nourishment that the Bible brings to the heart.

Q. Does Wildwood Christian Academy offer tuition assistance?
A. We recommend you begin to utilize SCRIP and all the benefits it will bring to help keep the cost of your tuition down. Financial aid applications will be accepted in February 2019. There is a $35 financial aid application fee paid at the time of submission.

Q. Does Wildwood Christian Academy have plans to be accredited?
A. Wildwood Christian Academy has the desire to be accredited. However, accreditation is a process (multiple years.) It is both a challenging and an exciting time for us. 

Q. What is FACTS Online Tuition Management Program?
A. FACTS is an online tuition payment program at WCA. It allows payments to be made online, via mobile device, and by telephone. Once your student has been accepted to WCA, you will receive a web link to set up your families FACTS online account. Your FACTS account balance will reflect your SCRIP credit each month.

Q. Are uniforms required? And why?
A. Yes, uniforms are the required dress code for Wildwood Christian Academy. Uniforms are practical and economical. They provide a sense of safety on campus and they establish a sense of belonging. More information about our Uniform Supplier can be found on the uniform page or by clicking HERE.

Q. What curriculum does WCA use?
A. You can find our curriculum outline on the curriculum page or by clicking HERE.

Q. Does WCA have to teach according to Common Core Standards?
A. We are not obligated to teach our students to the new Common Core standards. Please see our statement about Common Core on the curriculum page or by clicking HERE.

Q. Does WCA have combo classes? 
A. Classes may be combined depending upon student enrollment.

Q. Is Kindergarten half day?
A. No, Kindergarten is a full day program. With a student maximum of 18 students. Additional information can be found on the classroom page or by clicking HERE.

Q. Does WCA have optional before and after school care?
A. We do offer before and after school care. If you are a family needing care before or after school, please be sure to include that on your application.