College Prep

College & Career

Wheaton Academy wants to help your student begin with the end in mind. Although your family is considering a high school for your student right now, thinking about the next chapter—college and beyond—is important as well.

Fast Facts

of the class of 2020 took 1 or more AP classes over 4 years
1 %
of AP students scored a 3 or higher on AP Exams in 2023
85 %
Total amount of college scholarships received by the Class of 2023
$ 1000000

College Readiness

Current research trends show that students must be equipped with valuable skills that not only help them to navigate school, but also equip them to navigate life.

In our pursuit to ensure that our students are ready for their life calling, Wheaton Academy seeks to train and equip students in six primary areas: perseverance, social intelligence, self-control, gratitude, passion, and hope. We call these six traits our “College Readiness” skills. Not surprisingly, these values are also character traits advocated in Scripture.

Sam - Class of 2024

Our Students Attend Top-Tier
Colleges & Universities

Our graduates are prepared for college because of our academically rigorous programs, opportunities for co-curricular activities and clubs, and outlets for community engagement. Wheaton Academy students have been accepted into some of the most prestigious colleges in the United States. This list is a snapshot of where Wheaton Academy students have been accepted over the last five years.


Cutting-edge College Guidance Tools

Wheaton Academy is pleased to announce that we have implemented a new college guidance management system called Scoir (pronounced “score”). 


Amy Hogan

Amy Hogan

Director of Admissions

Bart Gregersen

Bart Gregersen

College & Academic Counselor

Kermit Ellison

Kermit Ellison

Guidance Counselor, L.C.P.C.

David Rivera

David Rivera

International Student College Counselor