College Planning 2.0
Keep expanding your college knowledge! This class delves deeper into the process of applying for college scholarships and financial aid. We’ll explain how your EFC (expected family contribution) is calculated and the different types of grants and federal loans that are available. Having a clear understanding of these processes will help make college planning less stressful for both you and your student. This class is geared for people who have taken College Planning 101. Bring your questions! Class size is limited so register early. Class taught by High School counselors, MacKenzie Gersdorf and Eric Traynor.
Opportunities for our students to prepare for the A.C.T. exam.
Community Education's Adult Classes include educational opportunities for Parents, and Community Members.
Our Adventures program has engaging classes, fun teachers, and enriching experiences for K-8 students after school, in the evenings, and on the weekends.
Sign up for Athletic Camps and Clinics
Kids West provides safe, affordable, and convenient before-and-after school care for WDMCS children in grades K-6. In Kids West, kids can play, create crafts, learn new team games, and make friends across all ages.
ParentQuest provides a wide variety of free learning opportunities for parents and other caring adults as they navigate each child’s unique path to success in school and life.
These classes explain the financial concepts and accounting processes used in most businesses and will provide practical techniques that will increase your effectiveness and career.
Learn to measure, and manage, the financial health of your business!
A must-have skill to succeed in business, whether an entrepreneur or a valued employee, is the ability to create, edit and manage spreadsheets.
Cheerleading Camps and Clinics
CoEd Soccer Camps