What is a Blue Ribbon?
A Blue Ribbon is the highest award a school in the U.S. can receive. It is awarded by the Department of Education.
In order to apply for the award, a school’s students must score in the top 15% of the state’s test scores.
Schools that receive a Blue Ribbon are recognized for curriculum, co-curricular offerings, school culture, parent & community engagement and the diversity of students served.
# of Schools in the U.S.
Are recognized as current Blue Ribbon Schools*
*The Blue Ribbon Award is a 5 Year Recognition
Of this 1%, Wheaton Academy is one of only 11 Private Christian High Schools in America to be currently recognized
Download the MASTER Program Booklet
The MASTER program at Wheaton Academy exposes students to innovative and rigorous instruction in STEM, extensive hands-on opportunities, and enthusiastic partners in industry. Through the MASTER program, students can design and create products using 3D printing and CNC technology, work with local companies to collect and analyze real research data, publish academic work in a student-run scientific journal, and so much more.
Download this free booklet today to learn about MASTER courses, explore past projects, and read stories from our students.