Founded in 2000, Woodrow Wilson Academy has always taken a very conservative approach when generating annual budgets. As a result, when moving forward with a Private Bond Issue to finance the construction of our building, the school was awarded a “AAA” bond rating. WWA was the youngest and smallest charter school in the nation to receive this rating.
Through a very active Financial Committee and early preparation for the downturn in the economy, WWA has been able to manage this financial crisis without cutting programs, reducing staff or dipping into financial reserves to fund operating expenses. WWA fully expects to continue managing its way through the state and national financial crisis without the use of reserve funds and to emerge a much more efficient and effective school where the outstanding learning environment and educational process is not compromised in order to meet financial demands.
In compliance with the “Public School Financial Transparency Act”, WWA’s financials are available to the general public. As a Jefferson County Public School of Choice, all of WWA’s financial records run through the district’s accounting system. Please see the following links for more information.
District Adopted Budget
District Financial Audits:
Salary Schedules or Policies:
Individual School Site Financial Information
Other District-Specific Financial Information