|Contact:||Janet Vlk||Dr. David Roth
Headmaster at Wheaton Academy
|Date:||May 18, 2005|
WHEATON ACADEMY NAMED
A TOP PLACE TO WORK
IN CHRISTIANITY TODAY SURVEY
WEST CHICAGO, Ill.---Wheaton Academy, a private, college preparatory Christian high school was named one of “The 40 Best Christian Places to Work” in Christianity Today’s third annual survey published in its May 2005 issue.
In the 2005 Best Christian Places To Work survey, Wheaton Academy is listed 3rd among Private Schools, K-12, (69 or fewer employees). Best Christian Workplaces Institute, a human resources consulting firm was hired by Christianity Today to conduct its annual confidential online survey. Employees from surveyed Christian organizations answer questions ranging from performance evaluations to pension plans.
“Wheaton Academy is pleased to acknowledge the honor of being named one of the top Christian Places to Work especially among K-12 private schools. Our administration and Board of Trustees has strived for the past several years to continually improve the communication and environment at our school. This result affirms us in achieving our objectives to making Wheaton Academy a model school not only in the western DuPage County area but around the world, ” said Dr. David Roth, Headmaster.
For the complete text of the Christianity Today article, go to the Wheaton Academy website at www.wheatonacademy.org .
Founded in 1853, Wheaton Academy is one of the nation’s oldest Christian high schools. A college preparatory school located on a 46-acre campus in West Chicago, Illinois, Wheaton Academy has experienced fifteen consecutive years of enrollment growth and has recently completed new state of the art academic and fine arts facilities. Wheaton Academy is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International.