What a blessing to be able to graduate from WCA! The staff is great, they care about you and will go out of their way to see you succeed. They love the students like their children. The last chapel of my senior year, the faculty asked the seniors to come to the front, they proceeded to pray over each one. I was so touched to know that they were praying for me and would continue to. The student body is accepting of other students. You don't have clique's where the jocks only hang out with the jocks, preps with preps, everyone hangs out with everyone. There's no age limit. You'll see 6th graders sitting with 12th graders. Another huge thing is there's no bullying. In the 5 years I was there I heard about 3 fights happening, I didn't see them so I have no confirmation that they actually happened. One of the disadvantages of the school is finances. Because they are not government funded and don't get tax money, they rely on tuition, fundraising, donations, volunteers, etc... to stay afloat. As a result of lack of income, there are limited programs. There aren't many extra curricular activities apart from sports. I would recommend anyone to this school who is interested.