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Alumnus Anthony Wohns ’12 Named Rhodes Scholar

November 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Anthony Wohns ’12 was named a 2017 Rhodes Scholar yesterday and will study the intersection of genetics and philosophy, according to an Associated Press article. […]

Volleyball Team wins District Championship!

November 9th, 2016|0 Comments

CWA Volleyball defeated Cascade Christian in the District 3 Championship. This is the school's first ever volleyball district championship. CWA won 3-2 (25-22, 25-21, 18-25, 18-25, 15-12) Abbie Jackson had 21 kills Alli Knowles had [...]

November 21st, 2016|0 Comments

Wright Angle Robotics Co-Coach Jim Albers shares an update on the first robotics competition of the year! On Saturday our CWA MS/US robotics team (#6427) competed in its first competition at Bellarmine Prep. Twelve teams competed in a 15-match competition. […]

Statement of Support for All Tarriers Post-Election

November 14th, 2016|3 Comments

Members of the CWA faculty and staff shared a statement of support for all Tarriers at the Upper School student assembly this morning. We know that many of you are feeling uncertain and anxious in this post-election climate. From those of us standing here today and many others: We hear you, we care about you, and we want to know how we can support you, even if it’s only a matter of listening or providing space for you to talk. And to encourage conversation and compassion, we’d like to provide some thoughts about how we can all be actively compassionate toward each other in the coming months and years, both within the CWA community and beyond: […]

“Charles Wright has taught me how to use my time wisely, especially when it is limited, and how to prioritize. The teachers are supportive if you have activities at school or outside, such as sports or concerts. If you communicate with your teachers beforehand, they will work with you so that you don’t feel overwhelmed by work.”
Andrew '15