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The Williamsburg Academy JV team won their second game victory against Pee Dee Academy by 30-8. Williamsburg Academy 8th grader Grant Small rushed 99 yards for 3 touchdowns. Williamsburg Academy 8th grader Charlie Caulder had 45 rushing yards for 1 touchdown. This Williamsburg Academy JV team worked so hard for this win. Next week, they…
Our JV Tennis team participated in two recent matches last week against Carolina Academy and Kings Academy. On September 12th, our Stallions took a huge win against Carolina Academy, winning every match they competed in. Perry Wise, Elizabeth Schutte, Ella Cumbee, and Avery Belue all won their singles. Competing doubles were Perry Wise and Pagie…
Friday night was an electrifying display of small town, rivalry football. Pee Dee Academy was an undefeated opponent going up against your undefeated WA Stallions. The first quarter started strong, with the Stallions coming out on top 14-8. After another touchdown and 2 point conversion in the heat of the second quarter, Pee Dee Academy…
JV and Varsity volleyball played Monday at Dillon Christian. Both teams went into extra matches and fought hard. Thursday, Varsity played Lowcountry Preparatory School and won in 3 matches, with everyone having a kill or ace in the game. With that win, Varsity Volleyball is 2-0 in region play this season. Nealy Lamb, Student Correspondent
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Williamsburg Academy subscribes to the belief that the purpose of education is to promote reasoning and critical thinking, social responsibility, moral responsibility, creativity and teamwork. Accordingly, we emphasize academic studies that put students in touch with the fundamental principles of language, literature, social studies, science, and mathematics in such a way that they can continue to learn throughout life.
It is the mission of Williamsburg Academy to create a safe, nurturing, Christian environment while providing students with an academically challenging curriculum that promotes critical thinking, social and moral responsibility, creativity, and teamwork. Students are encouraged to strive for personal excellence while becoming independent thinkers and life-long learners.