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Wake Young Women's Leadership Academy develops young women as college-ready, career-focused leaders who serve their communities.

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    We are preparing our email group list for the 2015 - 2016 school year. If you new to WYWLA or if you are a returning parent, please take a moment to complete the Parent Contact Form. Thank you in advance for helping us maintain accurate contact information. If you anticipate an address change, please contact Mrs. Cynthia Loftin.
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    • Do you know a parent or relative of a student at WYWLA?
    • Is that person committed to creating a healthy, supportive and empowering environment for our young women?
    • Is that person interested/experienced in arts, human resources, education, marketing, fundraising, special events, or technology?

    If so, we have the place for them! The WYWLA PTSA is looking for Board and Committee Members for the 2015-2016 school year. Nominate yourself or another by email to Barb or Yolanda, at or by providing the nominee’s name, contact info, and the student to whom they are related. No previous experience necessary. Nominations due by 5 pm April 20.
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    When: Friday, April 10th from 7 - 9 pm
    Where: WYWLA/GMS Campus
    Cost: $10 (This includes entry into the event, race bib with your name and 2 glow bracelets).
    Scroll down to Latest News for more details.
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    Attention Rising Juniors!
    If you are interested in scheduling a SAU tour with Mr. Towns, please click on this link to sign up. SAU Early College Tour
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  • Attend Parent Academy Classes

    Parent Academy is a series of classes, workshops and events aimed at helping you positively contribute to your child’s success.

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  • Adult Evening Education Classes

    Lifelong Learning with Community Schools offers noncredit courses for adults 16 years old to 109 years young!

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  • Credit by Demonstrated Mastery

    Starting in 2015, students will be able to earn credit for a course without spending a set number of hours taking the course in a classroom.

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