From preschool through high school, we believe in training our students to DREAM BIG and WORK HARD. We are passionate about crafting each stage of education to prepare students towards a successful and fulfilling future.
What truly sets MSDWC schools apart are the people within them. Our MSDWC community is made of committed, engaged and supportive individuals who hold great pride for their school community. Simply put, it is fun and fulfilling to be a part of our schools.
A student's education and development is a team effort. MSDWC values the place of the family in a student's journey, and we believe in partnering with parents to discover the best path to success for each student.
The Bridge Program, formerly know as the CAR Program, aims to assist in the academic, social, and emotional growth of students across Indiana who have experienced hardships, overcome adversity, or made mistakes that have impeded their success in a traditional school setting.
MSDWC offers two of the best preschool programs in the area, all while being one of the most cost-efficient! Children who will be ages 3 or 4 by August 1st of the school year are welcome to register.
Hands-on professional and vocational education is a central theme to an MSDWC education. We believe is providing our graduates with experiences that will help guide their future.
This year the young woman wearing the Miss Indiana crown at the Indiana State Fair is MSDWC's own Alyssa McKillip.
MSD Wabash students earned over 965 college credits during the 2021-2022 school year, saving MSDWC students over $289,500 in college tuition.
Do Dual Credit and Advanced Placement courses differ in preparing students for college? Studies show there is a difference, and MSDWC is committed to the route that helps students succeed.