WASHTENAW INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE ACADEMY

Grades: 5-8
Location: Co-located with Washtenaw International High School, 510 Emerick St. 
Contact Info: 734-994-8145 -Main Office  734-484-9719 - Fax

Principal:  Nhu Do   nhudo@wihi.org - Letter from the New Principal
Associate Principal:  Jessica Garcia   jgarcia4@ycschools.us

Administrative Assistant:  Kelly Cartwright
Secretary:  Jessica Cross 

Hours: 7:45 a.m.-3:00 p.m.   (full day)
             7:45 a.m.-11:20 a.m. (half day  - early dismissal) 

This SLC takes a holistic, worldview approach to learning through critical thinking, collaboration and inquiry. As the name implies, international standards are incorporated and course offerings include foreign languages, culture studies, and the State Common Core Standards. Students who are self-starters and ambitious will thrive in this environment. Current participants in the Willow Run WINGS program will feel at home with the pace and rigor of this academy.


WIMA APPLICATION FOR 2014-2015:

WIMA NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS!

Students who will be in grades 5-8 in the fall of 2014 are invited to fill out an application to enroll in the Washtenaw International Middle Academy. Electronic application available below. 

Interested in applying to WIMA?  Then click on the link below to complete the WIMA Application.  We have limited spots available, so families will want to get their completed apps in ASAP. 

WIMA Application


Powerschool link

https://ps.ycschools.us/public 

Press Release:

WIMA STUDENTS CREATE GAME SUITABLE FOR OUTER SPACE

Highly trained professionals wrangle with the logistics of space exploration but if it’s a question of out-of-this-world fun, youth have the edge. A group of students from Ypsilanti Community Schools’ Washtenaw International Middle Academy (WIMA), who participate in the Eastern Michigan University Bright Futures 21st Century Learning Centers after-school program, have created the game “Good Banana, Bad Banana” as a result of a challenge posed by NASA and the U.S. Department of Education.' Click here for more information and photos.