The Secondary School (grades 9-12) at West Woods Christian Academy offers a highly regarded and comprehensive program. The curriculum content provides strong preparation for those desiring to attend college . The small, 1:12 teacher/student ratio, allows students to take advantage of individual attention and encourages them to excel.

“I am so thankful for the excellent preparation I received at WWCA. I have graduated from medical school and will complete my three year emergency medical residency in 2013.” – WWCA graduate


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The learning environment at WWCA allows students to feel accepted and cared for by their teachers. Students pray together in weekly prayer groups and are frequently seen and heard encouraging each other.

Wonderful, life-long friendships have blossomed and developed in an environment where Christian values are encouraged and cultivated.

“I believe the Christian friends I made at WWCA were a major influence in encouraging me to seek God and develop my relationship with Him. I can never repay that.” – WWCA graduate




Students are scheduled to attend classes within the structure of a seven-period day. Weekly chapel, daily Bible class, weekly prayer group, and morning opening are all part of the regular instruction.

Standardized Testing

Each year students take standardized achievement tests. Students in 10th and 11th grades are eligible to take the PSAT/NMSQT test. Students in 11th and 12th grades take the S.A.T. College Board Tests.

On the standardized achievement tests, WWCA students, on the average, score higher grade level equivalents than national total test averages and ACSI averages at every grade level.

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AP Courses offered traditionally and via Online Platform

Courses offered will vary based upon student qualifications, staff availability, and scheduling.

Graduation Requirements

Course Credits

  • Bible 4
  • English 4
  • Math 3 (4)
  • Science 3 (4)
  • Foreign Language 2
  • History 3
  • Physical Education 2
  • Electives 1.5
  • ( ) College bound