Fast Facts

Are the teachers certified?

All teachers have either their teaching certification and/or a four-year college degree.

Do you have a lunch program?

Yes, on Monday, Thursday, and Friday we have lunch catered by Delectable Delights. Lower school students pay $4.50 and upper school students pay $5.00.  Lunch tickets are also available to cover 10 meals. On Tuesday we have lunch brought to us from Chic Fil A, sandwiches and 8piece nuggets are available for $3.50. On Wednesday Railroad Diner offers pizza by the slice and French fries. Pizza slices are $2.50 and French fries are $1.  We believe in offering a wide variety meals with nutritional value.

Do you offer a "Late-Stay" program?

K3 – 12th graders can stay from 2:30pm till 5:30pm. If your child would like to take advantage of our late stay program they will need sign authorization from their parent. Please fill out the form under the form section.

Do you offer activities in addition to athletics?

We have a very active Fellowship of Christian Athletes group that you don’t have to be an athlete to be a member. We also have Jr. and Sr. Beta Clubs, Student Government, Math Teams, Spelling Teams, Drama Teams, Battle of the Books Teams, Yearbook staff, and a chess team. Also class field trips and academic competitions broaden the academic awareness of our students.

Do you offer lower school enrichment programs?

Yes.  The following programs are part of our lower school activities:  Spanish, computer, Art, Library, Music, and Physical Education.  In addition, we also offer the Accelerated Reader Program.

How small is a "small class" size?

Our average class size is 15 students.

Is Wardlaw Academy a Christian school?

Wardlaw Academy is non-denominational and is not supported financially by any church; however, we do consider ourselves a Christian school. We firmly believe, promote and practice Christian morals, values and standards in all facets of our everyday school life and activities. We offer a Bible class, a Fellowship of Christian Athletes program, a Moms in Touch International prayer group, a monthly chapel service, and daily classroom devotions, but it’s not our curriculum that establishes our Christian foundation – it’s how we interact daily with each other. We chose a Christian approach in our philosophies and manner in which we work together, learn together, and have fun together.

Is Wardlaw an accredited institution?

Wardlaw is an accredited school by AdvanceED and holds advanced accreditation by the South Carolina Independent School System.

What does Wardlaw Academy offer to my child and our family?

Wardlaw Academy offers a college-preparatory curriculum instructed by a dedicated and committed faculty and staff.  Smaller class sizes, a safe learning environment, a family-oriented atmosphere, and sporting opportunities are just a few of our advantages.  In addition to our strong academic program, we emphasize the worthwhile values of honesty, patriotism, respect, compassion, and Christianity.  We strive to assist each student in successfully reaching his or her full potential intellectually, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.

What sporting opportunities are available?

Wardlaw Academy offers a variety of middle school sports and varsity sports – football, volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, golf, sporting clays, archery, and cheerleading. Our teams have been extremely competitive over the years, winning many state championships.