Students: 220 | Faculty: 28 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
Wayland Academy is a co-educational private school for students in grades nine to 12 located on a 65-acre campus in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 90 minutes from Milwaukee. Non-denominational for 70 years, Wayland was founded in 1855 as a Baptist university.
Wayland enrolls 220 students from 10 states and 17 countries.
International students account for 25 percent of the population. Seventy percent of the students reside on campus, as do most of Wayland’s faculty.
Tuition is $41,193 for boarding students, $17,910 for day students and $48,776 for international students.
Wayland, committed to educating deserving students from diverse backgrounds, provides grants to those in need. Wayland offers more than 20 competitive sports for male and female students.
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