Expanding the classroom into the online realm prepares students for the next steps in their education.
Entrepreneurship & Global Studies focuses on 21st Century skills and practices.
The CollegeBoard's AP Capstone™ program is part of our curriculum.
WMA's commitment to service to others starts locally and extends across the globe.
WMA has an extensive travel program that reaches all corners of the globe.
Our global community starts in Grade 8.
Supporting our Center for Entrepreneurial & Global Studies, the Mark R. Shenkman Trading Center allows students to experience the world's interconnectedness.
WMA students are exposed to world-class speakers, authors, conferences and global travel. Some take Academic Leadership further.
Tinkering is a mindset that allows students the freedom to fail.
"There were a lot of people who believed in you, believed in your capacity in accomplishing things and they want the best for you and want you to become a better person."
"The Academy taught me to get outside of my individual self and look out into the world and ask, 'How can I lead and how can I make this a better place?'"
"The idea of giving back and helping these kids out, since they're going through such a hard time in their life...just trying to make that a little easier for them to deal with what they're going through."
~On being on the Teen Board at Ronald McDonald House
"I was also able to expand myself in a lot of different ways. Since WMA is such a small size, I was able to be on the track field and also explore the arts, and be in plays and do some music with Mosaic Harmony."
~Russell, Princeton '13 graduate and track all-star, on life at WMA.
"Wilbraham & Monson prepared me for life in so many ways. Meeting people from different places, different cultural backgrounds, and different socio-economic backgrounds gave me such an appreciation for all kinds of people."