Weekly update: Currently accepting applications for Middle School Social Studies Teacher. For further information and to download an application, please visit Employment Opportunities under our News and Events Tab. We have limited space available in the 6th grade class. Call for a tour or apply today!
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Walk into any one of our classrooms at any point, and you will see students engaged, smiling, and loving to learn. The joy in our classrooms is palpable.
Because we do not emphasize standardized testing, our students are able to drive the instruction. We offer an environment where students can excel and reach their highest potential.
Rather than sitting still at a desk, completing worksheets, our students are conducting experiments, engineering, creating…all while learning at a pace that matches their intellect.
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Wilmington Academy of Arts and Sciences, a small, non public school which offers a challenging and nurturing environment, is seeking applications for the Middle School Social Studies position. We are looking for a creative and experienced teacher with a current NC...
Congratulations to our four students ( Varun Varajaradan- 7th grade, Mason Evans - 7th grade , Charlie Flynt- 7th grade and Sebastian Gebauer -8th grade who competed and excelled at the state level of High School Math Contest at Fayetteville State University on May...
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“WAAS is awesome because it is so interactive! We are always out of our seats doing hands-on activities instead of worksheets. I love coming to school because I am challenged every day. I love my school.”
~Sarah Kate B., 4th grade student~