Now and Not Yet: An Easter Reflection

If I am going to be honest, the coming of spring contains something of a paradox for our family’s life on our farm.  The return of the birds, the budding flowers and fruit trees, the leaves on the maples and hackberries and oaks, the bulbous plants and seedlings in the garden, the newborn calves and kids and piglets, the smells of fresh air and the renewal of life, all serve as a seasonal and visceral

NCEE Results are in!

21 Jan 2018

WHA received our National Classical Etymology Exam results! Under Joanna Hensley's brilliant leadership, an impressive number of students participated this year, and 65 earned medals! Thank you, students, for your fantastic efforts! We are proud of each of you and grateful for all of our talented Latin teachers who make our program exceptional! National Classical Etymology Exam Results Advanced Level (grades 11 and 12) 22 Participants Awards Latin 1 Latin 2 Latin 3 Latin 4

You Might be a WHA Teacher if . . .

15 Jan 2018

When I think about my favorite teachers, I realize they all had one thing in common – they LOVED what they were doing. They didn’t teach merely for a “job," and they weren’t in my classroom because they had concluded that this was the “best they could do.” My calculus teacher, Mrs. Smith, my Spanish teacher, Mrs. Armbrister, and my Bible teacher, Miss Rupp, came to class day after day with undying exuberance for their respective

The Fullness of Time

As Martin Luther approached the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg on October 31st, 1517, he did not expect anything remarkable to occur.  Knowing something of what has transpired since that momentous event, I find this fact about Luther fascinating and worth some reflection. Not long before posted his "Ninety-five Theses," Luther had already written and posted a different set of theses (ninety-seven) to be debated in an academic setting.  There was nothing unusual

Open Registration – February 8

Registration opens for new students on February 8 at 10:00AM Eastern.  You must log in using your "Parent Account" before selecting courses. If you have not yet set up a Parent Account, you can create an account here. The full class schedule (subject to change) is available for download here. (If you have downloaded it previously, please ensure that you have version "V1.1" dated February,

Your State – A Student & Parent Review

From a Parent: Kim Willems My son Jackson and I enjoyed the "Your State" class so much! We spent time visiting as many places as we could. The class was organized in such a way that we were able to explore every aspect of Montana history. My own love for the state and interest in its history was reignited as we studied and traveled around Montana. We turned every weekend basketball trip into an opportunity

Teacher Spotlight – Starlet Baker

What excites you most about being part of the WHA faculty? The teachers at Wilson Hill are 100% committed to their students and genuinely care about teaching. Being around such dedication sharpens my own commitment and challenges me to keep improving. When did your love of literature first begin? I honestly can’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t love words. I used to love hearing my maternal grandmother read to me and

Student Spotlight – Caroline Thompson

What grade are you in? What city and state do you live in? I am in 11th grade and I live in Brownsburg, Indiana. What do you love most about being a student at Wilson Hill? I love the thought provoking questions and how all of the students are constantly challenged to think more deeply about their own role in Christ’s church and the world. All the material we cover and lessons we learn in