Positions Available:

Washington College Academy currently is seeking an Executive Assistant.

The primary function of the Executive Assistant is to provide administrative and clerical support to the President of Washington College Academy. For a current job description or to submit a resume, please email WCAPersonnel@centurylink.net

 We will be accepting resumes at this address until the position is filled.

 

        Washington College Academy has been an accredited 4-year college, junior college, and college preparatory school for day and boarding students since Dr. Samuel Doak, DD founded the school back in 1780. Recently, as is often the case with private schools, financial problems have forced Washington College Academy to temporarily close her doors to boarding students and curtail the classical education program that our graduates are so accustomed to. At present we are conducting an Adult Continuing Education Program, or as we refer to it ACE Program. These classes cover a wide range of topics from Aerobics to Spanish and have been very successful. The teachers that are working in our ACE Program are all certified and/or licensed; several of them even have advanced degrees. The Academy has implemented a baseball academy, Washington College Marlins Baseball/Softball Academy, to properly instruct young people of all ages how to play the sport that has become "America's Pastime". This program is also proving to be very successful. There are plans in the works for an “Appalachian Heritage Center” in the near future. There are also plans to bring back the classical preparatory school of the past as soon as funds are available.

        The philosophy of the Academy
is centered on the principles of Christian faith and independent education. The Academy continues the intent of the founder, Dr. Samuel Doak, DD to provide an education to talented and motivated students. The Academy believes in providing the opportunity for people of the community to develop mentally, physically, spiritually, morally, and socially each in his or her own way. The Academy seeks to impress upon the students an appreciation for the traditions of the school, an appreciation for the traditions of the Appalachian area, an appreciation for the traditions of the nation; and a desire to become dedicated citizens of a free democratic society. The Academy is a non-profit educational source and is governed by a Board of Trustees with the support of a strong Alumni Association. Annual giving, capital campaigns and endowments finance the Academy.

   
 

Washington College Academy
116 Doak Lane
Limestone, TN 37681

info@wca-pvt.com

Office: 423-257-5151
FAX: 423-257-5156
Toll Free: 877-535-6924

Washington College Impact
Baseball/Softball Academy 423-639-2608