Woodrow Wilson Academy (WWA) is a free, K-8 Public School of Choice located in Westminster, CO. WWA is a Jefferson County Public School, with a special satellite program for home school students. Formed in 2000 by a group of parents passionate about quality education, WWA is still driven by a commitment to exceptional performance. WWA uses the proven Core Knowledge Sequence as the basis of its … [Read more]
Welcome to Woodrow Wilson Academy!
Woodrow is a wonderful place where children learn and grow. Come see what we have to offer!
Tours are from 9-10 am on:
January 30, 2019
February 6, 2019; February 20, 2019;
March 13, 2019
April 17, 2019
In addition, parents of kindergarteners will need to create a Jeffco Connect account (if they do not have one already) and then go into the EnrollJeffco system between January 22 and February 8, and either a) confirm their student will be going to their neighborhood school, or b) apply to attend a choice school for kindergarten.
Interested in enrolling your child in Woodrow Wilson Academy?
JEFFCO PUBLIC SCHOOLS HAS A NEW ENROLLMENT SYSTEM! USE ENROLLJEFFCO FOR THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR.
To view a brief video click HERE
Please call the front office at 303-431-3694 if you have any questions.
The WWA 2018/19 Yearbooks are available for a reduced price through December 31st! Please use the link below and the Yearbook ID code of: 3659019 to order yours today!
Woodrow Wilson Academy follows the Jefferson County School Closure process. If the weather is severe enough for Jefferson County to close schools, our school will also be closed. This will be posted on all major TV and Radio news outlets as well as on our website. Woodrow Wilson Academy will NOT be listed as a separate school closure. Just watch or listen for the Jefferson County School notice.
Jeffco Writing Challenge:
3rd Place-Xalen M.
Honorable Mention-Hannah V.D.
Jeffco Ebook Challenge:
2nd Place-Sophia N.
1st Place-Lily S.
2nd Place-Shawna R.
On Saturday, March 10, 2018, WWA was represented by seventh grader Sarah P. in the state spelling bee at the University of Denver. In her third year in a row advancing to the state level from the school-wide and regional competitions, Sarah competed in the written portion of the bee with all of the qualifying competitors. Although not advancing to the oral level, Sarah represented WWA with pride and enthusiasm. We look forward to seeing her compete in her final year next year!