Upper School

Isle of Wight Academy’s Upper School curriculum offers students a rigorous academic program designed to prepare a student for college, while providing individualized attention from a caring and experienced faculty that ensures each student receives the individual attention that he or she needs.

There are six periods in the day, with several fine and performing arts courses offered on an elective basis before and after the six-period school day ends. IWA offers numerous AP and dual credit classes; in fact, an IWA graduate may earn approximately 42 college credits before leaving the Academy. A break period and lunch period offer students breaks throughout the day.