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Wilbraham, Massachusetts, USA view map
Co-Ed, No Religious Affiliation
Our academic program aims to creates global thinkers by offering a curriculum that integrates the mastery of traditional core disciplines such as English, Math, Science, Foreign Language, and the Arts, while also incorporating courses specific to economics, entrepreneurship, and global studies. We also combine the innovative curriculum of our Center for Entrepreneurial and Global Studies with a strong college preparatory program, which includes 19 Advanced Placement courses and various honors tracks. Our Global Liberal Arts approach provides students the opportunity to work closely with caring faculty and staff to acquire 21st century skills. Outside of the classroom students have the opportunity to engage in over 30 competitive, recreational or civic activities ranging from varsity level sports, community service, outdoor adventure, tai chi, dance and theatre.
Our goal is to create ethical young men and women. Future leaders, who investigate opportunities for intellectual growth, integrate by seeking intercultural connections, interact with others respectfully and effectively and innovate by practicing critical reasoning and entrepreneurial thinking.
423 Main Street, Wilbraham, Massachusetts, USA
Director of Admission:
Admissions Phone:413-596-9107Toll-Free Admissions:800-616-3659Fax:413-599-1749
Discover what it means to be a WMA Titan! Tour our beautiful 300-acre campus; meet students, faculty, and administrators; and learn about our outstanding academic and extracurricular programs.
Posted on September 19, 2014
Anthony Gulluni ’99 said Wilbraham & Monson Academy gave him direction.
Fifteen years after graduating from the Academy, that direction has led Anthony to one of the most important positions in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Posted on September 17, 2014
Article by Matthew Robbins '12 who is spending the next four-months studying abroad in Amman, Jordan in order to conduct an extensive research project on Jordan’s healthcare system in terms of financing and economic development.
Summary: Creating young men and women who are global citizens and leaders requires an approach to learning that focuses on the core values of investigation, integration, interaction and innovation.
Wilbraham & Monson Academy, The Global School®, is dedicated to preparing students for successful competitive college admission and facing the challenges of global citizenship and leadership. Our academic program creates global thinkers by offering a curriculum that integrates the mastery of traditional core disciplines of English, Math, Science, Foreign Language, and the Arts with the study of economics, entrepreneurship, and global studies. Combining the innovative curriculum of the Center for Entrepreneurial and Global Studies with a strong college preparatory program, which includes 19 Advanced Placement courses and various honors tracks, this Global Liberal Arts approach provides students the opportunity to work closely with caring adults in a traditional environment to acquire 21st century skills.
Our goal is to create ethical young men and women who investigate opportunities for intellectual growth, integrate by seeking intercultural connections, interact with others respectfully and effectively, and innovate by practicing critical reasoning and entrepreneurial thinking skills to address the complex problems of today and explore solutions for a better tomorrow.
Department Director: Erik Kindblom
Average Class Size: 15
Full Time Teachers: 71
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 69.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 6/1
Number of AP Courses Offered: 19
Department Director: Mike Mannix
Number of Dorms: 3
Average Students Per Dorm: 30
No. of Girls Dorms: 2
No. of Boys Dorms: 1
Dress Code: Formal
Clubs and Organizations
Arts Department Director: Paul Bloomfield
Athletics Department Director: Donald Nicholson
Department Director: John Boozang
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Colleges attended in the past 5 years by our graduates:
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Mark Shenkman (Class of ) Director of Shenkman Capitol Management
Nitya Pibulsonggram (Class of ) Thai Foreign Minister, Former Thai Ambassador to the United Nations
Bill James (Class of ) Rockport Capitol Partners
Bill Guerin (Class of ) NHL Hockey Player
Bob Lappin (Class of ) Conductor, Palm Beach Orchestra
Galway Kinnel (Class of ) Author/Poet
Olaf Halvorrsen (Class of ) Received Royal Norwegian Order of Merit
Hyun Kim (Class of ) Former Ambassador for the UN and Chief Legal Counsel for Samsung
Joey Santiago (Class of ) Lead Guitarist for the Pixies
Summary: Enjoy summer learning at Wilbraham & Monson Academy (WMA) with experienced faculty and join students from around the world to make new friends.
WMA is an independent coeducational college preparatory school founded in 1804.The beautiful New England style 300-acre campus is located in Wilbraham, Mass., a short drive from Boston, Mass. , New York City and Providence, R.I. WMA prepares students for successful competitive college admission and to become global citizens and leaders.
Strongly committed to the educational value inherent in a residential community, WMA has carefully designed its programs to address the social and academic needs of students.
For more information please visit our website: www.wma.us/summer
Department Director: Jim Irzyk
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