Engaging With Science As a Christ-Follower

12 Jan 2021

When we started Wilson Hill Academy, one of our strongest desires was to provide science courses that are grounded in a biblical worldview and rigorous enough to prepare our students to excel in college-level science classes and beyond. 

Goal-Setting to Glorify God

31 Dec 2020

With the arrival of the holiday season and extended time to relax away from the books, winter break is an excellent time for students to shape their goals for the upcoming year.  We all know how life (especially for students) can often feel like running on a hamster wheel. The days seem to blaze by as we jump from one commitment to another. While we may accomplish many important tasks, it’s not always easy to

Five Ideas for Boosting Productivity

3 Dec 2020

  With exam week soon approaching, many students will begin spending precious hours reviewing texts and notes, seeking to both understand the material and earn a good grade. But let’s face it: studying and writing can be daunting. Many students face innumerable distractions, the pressure to multitask and the inevitable (and sometimes frustrating) need to review materials over and over again. Productivity often feels elusive.   If this describes how you feel when sitting down to

Five Ideas for Practicing Gratitude at Home

20 Nov 2020

With its hours of planning, shopping, cleaning and cooking, the holiday season often feels demanding. During the Thanksgiving season, it’s easy to lose ourselves in an infinite to-do list and forget to reflect on what we’re thankful for, let alone communicate our gratitude to others.  Actively (and verbally) expressing gratitude produces significant benefits, not only for our mental and our physical health, but also for our relationships with God and others. Sharing our thankfulness and

Need a study break? Three Rejuvenating Ideas

19 Oct 2020

An important part of studying well is knowing when to take a break. Study breaks these days too often involve reaching for a smartphone, watching a television show or opening a new tab on our internet browser. These activities may feel fun, but in reality, they do little to relax or recharge the brain or the body. These kinds of activities actually make the body work harder, just in a different kind of way.  ***

New to Online Learning? Five tips from our parents

homeschooling family21 Sep 2020

What does it take to excel in online learning? We recently sat down with some of our veteran parents and teachers via Zoom and asked them for some practical advice. Home-based online education is an exciting adventure with its fair share of highs and lows. Here are five tips that we hope will help your family experience a smooth transition to online learning. Come alongside your children as they learn from new teachers If this

New to Homeschooling? Three things to look forward to

14 Sep 2020

This fall, as public schools struggle with COVID-19, more families than ever before are turning towards homeschooling. From the abundance of stressed-out homeschooling memes circulating the internet, you may feel nervous if you've chosen this path for your family. But as someone who was homeschooled for eight years, I can confidently say that you have plenty to look forward to.

Parenting With Endurance: Three Reminders

7 Aug 2020

The following is based on a devotional given by Mr. Roy Bradley during LINK 2020 For many of us, this summer looks quite different than summers of the past. Usually a time for traveling, family gatherings or relaxing around the pool, this summer has become a time for sitting inside, avoiding large social gatherings, and attending virtual hangouts. How can we create a spirit of joyful endurance during this season? How can we raise children

Five Practices To Grow Family Resilience

21 Jul 2020

This year isn’t what any of us had anticipated. The spread of COVID-19 drastically changed everyone’s lives and will continue to do so for months ahead. Despite the daily changes and uncertainties, these five practices can help you navigate this season with confidence while fostering a stable, resilient and joyful family life. 

Beyond the Great Conversation: Loving Our Neighbors

Graduation26 Jun 2020

We graduating seniors have come to the end of high school but the beginning of a new journey. As T.S. Eliot so eloquently said, “What we call the beginning is often the end and to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” But what is this end, which provides the foundation for us to move forward?