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As we kick off a new year we are excited to spotlight our alumni. This week’s alumni spotlight falls on WA alumnus, Whitney McGee. Whitney treasures the time she spent at WA dearly. She was born and raised in Kingstree, South Carolina. She started school at WA in 1990. While at WA, Whitney was involved…
This week’s spotlight falls on Brian Burgess. He was born and raised in Kingstree, SC, where he graduated from Williamsburg Academy in 1988. After completing his high school education, he decided to attend Clemson University. Brian earned a Bachelor of Science in Aquaculture, Fisherian, and Wildlife Biology degree from Clemson in 1993. After graduating college,…
This week our Alumni Spotlight falls on Lisa Miles. Lisa graduated from Williamsburg Academy as a part of the class of 1996. Lisa was a member of the SADD (Students Against Drunk Driving), Pep Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Science Club, and the National Honor Society. Lisa attended Williamsburg Technical College and graduated with a…
This week’s alumni spotlight falls on Stephen Cherinko. Stephen grew up in Kingstree, SC and graduated from Williamsburg Academy in 1996. From there, he continued his education, receiving a BS in Chemical Engineering from Clemson University. He and his wife Kerri (class of 1995) have two boys, Seth and Christopher who attend Williamsburg Academy. He…
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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.