Villa Academy News
The Villa community is vibrant, diverse and growing stronger every year!
Sixth graders walked to nearby Matthews Beach. The purpose of this trip was STEAM learning.
An essential part of the STEAM initiative at Villa is ongoing faculty professional development.
We begin a new school year with an incredible new field. This message is devoted in gratitude to all in our community who made it possible!
Back-to-school excitement? Back-to-school butterflies? Back-to-school dread?
Concrete ideas for creating authentic learning experiences for students from day one of the school year.
Progress update on the construction on our new multi-purpose field.
We're always looking for ways to make Villa a better place for all of us. Coming soon: becoming good digital citizens and making healthy decisions.
As part of their reflection on their stay at North Cascades Institute, sixth graders learned storytelling and video production techniques to create videos.
With 6 wins, no losses, and 1 forfeit for the season, the "VOLLA" baseball team wins the championship game with a score of 9-1.
It's time to say goodbye to our 8th graders and wish them well in their next adventures!
Another wonderful day of working together as a community to care for our campus and celebrate spring!
More about the thoughtful process we use to determine the make-up of various groupings in the school in order to create a positive, supportive community of learners
As part of their Religion class, 8th graders visited a local Mosque to learn more about Islam and its followers.
Helping our students understand how to promote kindness and positivity by using The Force for good.
It's the time of year to be thankful but there are many ways to help children be grateful throughout the year.
Building forts in the Villa orchard is all about building "special places".
Wishes for a blessed Thanksgiving and a reminder to pray for the less fortunate in our community and around the world.
Part of the "Villa Difference" is our beautiful campus where students go outside every day, rain or shine. Research shows that connecting to nature boosts a child's body, mind, and spirit.
Head of School John Milroy gives a shout out to parents for all the little things they do to make our school great!