Admissions & Administration
Workforce Advantage Academy provides students with work experience while remaining in school and learning more about business and careers.
Workforce Advantage Academy (WAA) Charter School motivates and challenges high school juniors and seniors to strive to become all they can be by offering opportunities for them to succeed and build on those successes. Experiential learning opportunities allow students to achieve academic excellence, employment success and social responsibility.
WAA students must be at least 16 years of age and have parental approval to attend the school. The juniors and seniors sign a contract agreeing to faithfully attend the school, diligently study in the classroom and accept their on-the-job responsibilities.
WORKFORCE SUCCESS STORIES
Our mission at Workforce Advantage Academy Inc. is to create learning environments for high school students, particularly those rising juniors and seniors who desire a different approach to reach their potential. Through attendance at Workforce Academy, our students develop the academic, employment and social skills that they need to build rewarding lives and promote positive change in their communities.
Student holistic development
Dedicated team of education professionals
Workforce Advantage Academy is operated by a dedicated team of education professionals, with no ties to a management company.
Experiential learning opportunities
Experiential learning opportunities allow students to achieve academic excellence, employment success and social responsibility.