E-Learning Week 5 - Wheaton Academy
Unite: The 2020-2021 Roadmap for a Return to Campus Read

Celebrating
Resilient Seniors

We are so proud of the class of 2020! This week, faculty and staff delivered these yard signs to all of our seniors.

A Message from Our Principal

"What if instead of thinking about all the things we can’t do, we started thinking about the good that we are created to do. Wheaton Academy, you have been created to do good. If you’re wondering where to start, look where Jesus started. He started with the least of these. There are so many people in our world who have needs. You can do good for your classmates, your families, your friends, and the West Chicago community."

E-Learning Spotlights

Ender in Stop-Motion

In Ms. Engebretsen’s Freshmen Advanced English Class, students are reading Ender’s Game. In this assignment, they had to recreate a scene from the book.

Student's Create Devotionals

In Mr. Musso’s Bible class, Shiloh created a five-day devotional meditation on the gospels. She even included her own artwork in the form of printable coloring pages.

Co-Curriculars Continue to Meet Virtually

It is exciting to see our athletic teams and co-curricular groups continuing to meet virtually. Check out the video below from this week’s Debate Club meeting.

Lil' Lum's Helpful Art Tips

On his art show Lil’ Lum’s Helpful Art Tips, Mr. McCallum’s talks about how we can master the best approach for understanding ourselves as artists that create “good” things.

Students bless residents at Windsor Park

Students perform for windsor residents

Students Perform Virtual Concert

During this season of social distancing, Wheaton Academy students created a virtual concert experience for residents at Windsor park. 

Watch This week's Broadcasts

Don't miss these upcoming events…

The Escape Game

Wheaton Academy has partnered with The Escape Game to offer a FREE night of competition for you, your family, or your friends—it is a true at-home adventure!

#WAHomeStaying

WA Home Staying will take place the week of May 4. Keep an eye out for activities, challenges, and class competitions for that week.