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On Monday, January 10th, the B Team Stallion Boys started off with a strong push into the first quarter with very good defense from Kayden Cooper and Marlin Morris. Seth Cherinko shot a stunning three-pointer in the first quarter which set off a great tone for the B Team Stallions. Stallions ended the first quarter…
Williamsburg Academy is honoring our alumni. Each week we will be spotlighting a new alumnus. This week we have chosen Mrs. Cherryl Ann Smith. Mrs. Smith grew up in Kingstree, South Carolina. She is a 2000 graduate of Williamsburg Academy. After high school, she attended Columbia College for a year before deciding to pursue her…
This week at FCA, senior Billy Price opened us in prayer and introduced our speaker. Mr. Charlie Dennis spoke about the many miracles God has done for people in his life and the experience of a miracle God performed for him. He told us of how he had a scan done and the doctor said…
01/05/22 – Decatur Moore (senior) opened in prayer and introduced our speaker. Pastor Mike Lowder from Midway Presbyterian Church brought the Word for FCA this week. He talked to us about our individual walk with God, and how He keeps track of our hearts, thoughts, and actions. Walking with God and showing His love with…
The School of Choice
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.