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(757) 899-5401

Tidewater Academy

217 W. Church Street, Wakefield, VA 23888

8:00am-3:00pm

Monday - Friday

Welcome to Tidewater Academy!

Come see us!  Our Spring Open House is a wonderful opportunity to tour campus, talk with Admissions and faculty, and learn more about how your child may benefit from a Tidewater Academy education and school community.  Many students thrive with small classroom instruction and the nurturing community a private school can provide. We’d love to show you how Tidewater Academy’s educational environment becomes a special place for learning, growing, and succeeding.

Open House is Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from 2:00pm-6:00pm.  Tidewater Academy is conveniently located along Route 460 East at 217 W. Church Street in Wakefield, Virginia.

Call today and let us know you’re interested in attending Open House.  Contact Brandee Phillips, Admissions Director at (757) 899-5401.

Discover Tidewater Academy, a school where every moment matters and every student is important.

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In the self-contained classrooms of our Lower School, students, teachers, and parents work closely together to lay the foundations required for a lifetime of learning.  By providing a respectful and supportive environment, students can embrace the joys and the challenges of learning.

In our Middle School, every moment matters and every student is important.  Within our small classes, you’ll find students who are thriving academically because they are receiving individual attention from their teachers and you’ll discover a sense of family and community that sets Tidewater Academy apart from other schools.

Preparing our Upper School students to succeed in college, in work, and as responsible community citizens is the emphasis in grades 9-12.  Caring and dedicated teachers provide coursework to stimulate, engage, and challenge students.  In a partnership with Richard Bland College, TA offers dual enrollment classes for juniors and seniors to earn both high school and college credits.