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At Home. In the World.

We are WMA!

Our students are ... At Home. In the World. Because at WMA, we give you tools you can use. Knowledge. Opportunities. Experiences. Everything you need to take your native talent, your smarts and courage and creativity and make your way. In the great, big, wonderful world.
 

Wilbraham & Monson Academy is an independent, college-preparatory, coeducational middle and upper school for boarding and day students. Located in Wilbraham, Massachusetts, our student body of 400 students represents more than 30 countries.

Academics

With 73% of faculty with advanced degrees, 23 AP classes and a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio, the sky is the limit for our students.

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Admission

Can you see yourself at WMA?
Your next step starts here!

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Arts

Be yourself, express yourself and find yourself in our dance, visual arts, theater and music opportunities.

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Athletics & Afternoon Programs

Win championships, try rugby, engage in community service ... opportunities await in athletic and nonathletic disciplines.

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Middle School

Forward-thinking academics.
Nurturing environment.
Intentionally small and personalized.

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Why WMA?

Our iLab, a trading center, international travel, AP Capstone and Advisor Program are just a few reasons ...

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The teachers are extremely available, which I think is another really key factor in WMA ... that you can email them at any time, literally in the night. Anytime you need help. You can text them, call them ... anything you need, they're there to help you. They really want to see you succeed.
- Genna M. '22
I would have never known that in such a small town in the middle of rural Massachusetts, that I would be able to meet people from all over the world and to be friends with people who lived halfway across the world. I think that that has been one of the biggest things that has molded me into the person that I am.
- Izzy W. '22
My mom always says to me, had she known the young man I had become, she would have never hesitated asking me if I wanted to come to WMA.
- Jeremiah P. '22