Winward Academy is
bridging the opportunity gap
We believe all students deserve access to quality teaching.
Our charitable programs are designed to deliver exactly that.
1-for-1 School Program
When one high school purchases a full-access subscription for its students, another school on our sponsored list receives full access at no charge. This program is an integral part of our mission to broaden access to the best education resources for all students.
Game Changer Give Back Program
Winward Academy donates one Game Changer package for ACT or SAT whenever that same package is purchased. Donations are made to Computers 2 SD Kids, a charity that provides 9,000 computers to San Diego students each year. It's the ultimate partnership in hardware and software to promote positive change.
We partner with businesses who are passionate about improving education access in underserved communities.
Energy Capital Partners provides educational resources for students at KIPP’s Newark Collegiate Academy.
Traina Design provides educational resources for San Diego students in the Outside the Lens Youth Council.
UBS supports educational opportunities for families staying at Ronald McDonald House in San Diego.
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Give Back to the Arts Program
While Winward Academy is focused on preparing students for core subjects - math, grammar, and reading - it's important to us to support local education initiatives that enable students to achieve a more holistic education by exploring their talents and creativity. So we partner with local public schools and give back 20% of our sales to their art, music, photography, technology, and physical education programs.
Carol Kimmelman Memorial Scholarship
Carol, a K-12 educator, always said her kids were born on third base sliding into home, and that the students she taught in South Central Los Angeles, who were equally deserving, smart, and hard-working, could go their entire lives without ever getting a chance at bat.
Winward Academy has created a college scholarship as a way to ensure more students have a chance at bat