Songs that Sow Seeds?

Rejoice and be glad! Alan Dowd reminds us that, even today, we need not go far to hear the GOOD NEWS proclaimed in song seemingly everywhere. Life-giving theology filling minds and mouths in shopping centers and super markets all across the USA? Yes! Click HERE to read Dowd's "Repeat the Sounding Joy: Songs that Sow Seeds" to see if your favorite carol is on the list of the 18 most-recorded Christmas songs in

Welcome Dr. Lombardo

24 Oct 2016

Dr. Stanley Lombardo, Professor Emeritus of Classics at the University of Kansas, is one of the world’s leading scholars and translators of classical epic poetry. His translation of the Odyssey was a New York Times Book of the Year in 2000. He is also well known for his dramatic readings of such poems as the Iliad and the Divine Comedy, which he has performed at various venues throughout the country. We are thrilled to announce

Back to School Night

You are invited to Back to School Night on Thursday evening, September 15, at 8:00 pm ET to learn more about the year ahead at Wilson Hill Academy. Topics include our mission and distinctives, how to use our technology effectively, especially as a Parent Observer, parent-teacher relationships, and a preview of what's in store this year. We will also have a time of question and answer. Mark your calendars! Use this Link to join the

Meet the Teacher

Meet the Teacher on August 30 (TT classes) and August 31 (MW classes).  You will attend your Tuesday/Thursday class sessions at the regularly scheduled time on Tuesday, August 30.  For Monday/Wednesday classes, Meet the Teacher sessions will meet at the regularly scheduled class times on Wednesday, August 31.  In order to attend, select the course on your Dashboard and choose the Go To Class tile on the course Home Page.  Parents and students are

Send Mr. Etter to SXSW

We have submitted an idea for a panel discussion on the future of education featuring our very own Bruce Etter along with new teacher Ranya Bailey and University of Texas expert, James Pennebaker.  You have a chance to make sure we make the cut!  Please create an account at the SXSWedu Panelpicker® page here and vote!  We are excited to be part of this prestigious event, and we need your help!  Voting closes September

Not on My Watch

Doubt is often the domain of mothers. Mothers who school their children at home seem particularly plagued because they make decision in two realms: in the home and in the school. Even the graduation of a child from homeschooling and into the next stage of life does not release mothers from the nagging thought that perhaps she should have done something (or even everything) differently. Second-guessing curriculum or providers or even the decision to homeschool

Wait and Go on the 30

8 Jul 2016

Have you ever wanted to pull your car to the side of the road, get out, sit on the curb and have a good cry? You’ve been juggling end-of-school schedules, kids, the expectations of others, such that it seems like your world is spinning out of control.  And now that the school year is over, summer activities threaten to be just as overwhelming.  Is there a solution? Perhaps a principle from a different context will

New Options for 9th Graders & West Coasters

We are excited that so many 9th graders have enrolled this year that we have had to add new classes.  The latest addition is a new Geometry section offered Tu/Th, 3:30-5:00pm (Eastern).  We previously announced new sections of Honors Composition (Mo/We 2:00-3:30pm) and Honors Physics 1 (Mo/We 12:30-2:00pm).  Together, these offerings also give students in all time zones more flexibility. Download the full revised schedule here. Contact us (admin@WilsonHillAcademy.com) if you would like to switch