The purpose of Windsor Academy is to provide a social, physical, and academic experience in a safe and caring classroom environment. In order to cultivate the moral development of our students, every part of our school’s program stresses key fundamental values of integrity, honesty, self-discipline, compassion, pride, and love for our community. Our dedicated Teachers at Windsor Academy build meaningful relationships with students.
Every student at Windsor Academy is preparing for college within a college preparatory curriculum. Students at Windsor are learning they can make a difference in the world. Many hours have been volunteered for community service projects. We have created an environment where students work hard and love what they do. Students leave Windsor equipped with the necessary skills and confidence to become leaders in today’s 21st century.
Windsor faculty provide students the support they need at an early age to reach and exceed expectations. Our character goals for each student are to promote a sense of moral and emotional growth of students; to develop good manners, responsibility, and pride. We want to reassure our students and parents that positive behavior is highly admired and respected at Windsor. Our academic goal is to create leaders of the 21st century who are enthusiastic and passionate about learning.
The Middle School years represent the transition of a child to maturity. These years should be cherished as a time of adventure, challenge and discovery. Students at this age need time to study, time to run and play and interact socially. Our program allows kids to enjoy a balanced life through activities, field trips and class trips, daily physical education, sports, and clubs. They have courses taught by teachers who have a passion to educate. Windsor’s small classroom size means more opportunities to help students become more successful.
Our Middle School teachers at Windsor, committed to working with students of this age, are focused on diverting the energy of kids in a positive direction. Our students have the opportunity to grow up together with friends and teachers they connected with at Windsor.
The Upper School at Windsor Academy is a small classroom size averaging 16 students per class and an environment that is challenging and supportive. Our faculty embraces both the joy of learning and the worthiness of excellence. Windsor Academy presents numerous opportunities for each student to get connected through several team sports, community service projects, journalism, a student newspaper, chapel, bible class, other clubs and activities. Students have the opportunity to pursue their passions and dreams and make new ones along the way here at Windsor. Students are given the freedom to grow and learn to be successful adults.
Junior and Senior students are required a minimum of 20 hours Community Service per year (40 hours total) in order to graduate. Community Service must be logged on this Community Service Log Form and turned into the front office.