E-Learning Week 8 - Wheaton Academy
Unite: The 2020-2021 Roadmap for a Return to Campus Read

Pressing Forward to
Finish Strong

A Message from Our Principal

"In Habakuk 1:5, God says, 'I am going to do something in your days that you could never have imagined even if you tried.' Now God didn't cause this pandemic, but he is using these circumstances—and he is using us—to do his work. So I have two challenges for you. First, where is your contentment? I hope and pray that we all find our contentment in Jesus. My second challenge is that, as we are content, it frees us to see what God is doing and join in his work. We know that God is doing something right now in May of 2020 that we could never have imagined. I don't know about you, but I want to be part of that."

E-Learning Spotlights

Students Earn College Credit through AP Exams

We are so grateful and excited that College Board made it possible for students to take their exams at home. This is a huge shift for everyone! Our teachers worked hard to give students a rigorous preparation experience for this year’s new free-response testing format.

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Advanced Performing Arts Pivots to Radio Theatre

Our Advanced Performing Arts class has transformed their final production to a radio theatre show. Take a peak into their virtual classroom rehearsal and watch them run a scene.

History Students Enjoy Guest Lecturer
Dr. Fred Johnson

This week, Mrs. Rinker and Ms. Dunlap hosted a zoom chat for our US History Classes with Dr. Fred Johnson from Hope College. Dr. Johnson grew up in the Philippines during the Vietnam War, was a Marine, and—as an African American—was beaten by police during his involvement in the Civil Rights movement. It is a privilege for Wheaton Academy students to hear from Dr. Johnson.

History Zoom

Watch This week's Broadcasts

Don't miss these upcoming events…

Fine Arts Showcase: May 21

We invite you to enjoy an Evening with the Arts this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. This night will feature performances from our instrumental, choral, and dance ensembles as well as a beautiful visual art show.

Radio Show:
May 22

The Pandemic Productions, a series of five vintage radio shows brought to you by the Advanced Drama Class of 2020. These student actors wouldn’t let a pandemic stop them from making good drama!