WCA is located in the Historic Triangle of Virginia, USA
Williamsburg Christian Academy is located in Upper James City County, in the state of Virginia, which is on the central eastern seaboard of the United States. Our sprawling 55 acre campus contains our 65,000 square foot main school building, multiple sports playing fields, a nature trail and wooded running course, and parking facilities for students and staff.
Our main building houses our entire school from preschool grades through twelfth grade, and includes a main dining hall, full gymnasium with bleacher seating and markings and equipment for both basketball and volleyball play, a full chemistry and biology laboratory, dedicated music classroom, art studio room, administrative office space, and well-placed restrooms.
Also onsite is the WCA Student Art Gallery, which contains donated works from cultures all over the globe, as well as selected student works, and is host to pieces from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts travelling exhibits on a rotating schedule.
Being nearby Williamsburg allows us to expose our students to American history right on the scene of where it was made. Jamestown Settlement, home of the first permanent British settlement in the United States, Yorktown Battlefield, the site of the battle that effectively ended the American Revolution upon British surrender, and the majesty of Colonial Williamsburg are all short drives, as are museums in nearby Newport News and Richmond.
Also close by is the College of William and Mary, the second oldest institution of higher education in the United States, and the Busch Gardens theme park. The school is within driving distance of both metropolitan Washington, D.C. as well as the coastal areas of Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks of North Carolina.