Why WMA?

Because ...

"I love it here"

Student Travel

We are the Global School, with students from 32 different countries, and we offer Academy-led trips to places all over the world.

Where we've been:

Amazon, Cambodia, Peru, Namibia, Cuba ...

Where we are going:

Trips in 2018 are planned for India, Ecuador and The Galapagos Islands and South Africa.

Where do you want to go?

Reasons to Smile ...

Weekends and social life are engaging and fun.

Start early ...

We are also an independent boarding, day school for
Grades 6, 7 & 8.

It's probably the best decision we've made for our daughter, academically and personally. She's grown and become mature ... ready for college and the world.

- John Venditti, WMA alumna parent

Advisor Program

Every student shares their WMA experience with an advisor, an invested member of our faculty, staff and administration. The relationship helps guide our students from Day One.

* Advocate for student and offer balance and guidance

* Act as liaison between Academy and student's family

* Meet weekly in individual or small group settings

* View student's whole experience in academic, athletic, extracurricular and social settings.

College Counseling

College Counseling is an integral part of the educational program at WMA. We view ourselves as teachers and advisors rather than placement officers, and strive to support our students and families by providing accurate and up-to-date information and personalized guidance throughout every phase of the college search and application process.

Our program is designed to equip our students to take the leading role in their own education and to nurture self-reflection, independent thinking, resourcefulness and resilience - qualities that will serve them well in college and beyond.

The WMA way

Average class size: 12-15 students

Student/Faculty ratio: 6 to 1

Innovative Curriculum

WMA on Social Media

    Voted #1 ... again

    For the third straight year, Wilbraham & Monson was voted the Best Private School in Western Massachusetts in an annual Reader Raves poll conducted by MassLive.com.