The North Cedar Academy Difference

A new kind of high school is opening this fall in Ladysmith, Wisconsin. A school that offers rewards beyond a diploma, experiences beyond traditional boundaries. North Cedar Academy is the future of education, offering a global perspective and tangible rewards for today's forward-thinking students.

Safe, Quiet Environment for Learning

Ladysmith, Wisconsin, is a beautiful and rural area that boasts one of the lowest crime rates in Wisconsin, as well as the nation. NCA offers an intimate, guided setting for true accelerated learning. Students live, study and explore with equally talented and committed peers, gaining life-long friends and confidence in their abilities, while earning a full two years of college credit upon successful graduation.

The North Cedar Academy Difference

North Cedar Academy (NCA) is a dual enrollment private high school situated on forty acres along the Flambeau River in Ladysmith, Wisconsin. As a National private school, NCA offers motivated and committed National and International students in grades 9 through 12 the opportunity to graduate from high school with an Associate in Arts (AA) degree from the University of Wisconsin Colleges (UWC) and high school diploma simultaneously.

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