Is WCS right for your family?
Since 1973, Worthington Christian Schools (WCS) has set the standard for preparing students for college and for life. Our focus is on the whole student—mind, body, and spirit—and to help each student fully appreciate who God has created them to be and to answer the call on their life. Beginning in kindergarten, students are educated to intellectually engage and vocationally compete in a rapidly changing world. Moreover, students are prepared to stand strong spiritually in an increasingly secular world. Certainly there are no promises or guarantees as to who our students ultimately become or to the heights to which they might soar. But by partnering with parents and the local church, WCS equips each student with a toolbox they can use throughout their life.
Most WCS graduates choose to attend college in the fall following graduation.
Mean ACT Score
WCS students consistently score above the national average. The national composite ACT score for the Class of 2015 was 21 out of 36. WCS students averaged a score of 26.
Average Class Size
WCS is large enough to offer many programs, yet small enough to personally care for each student.
WCS is committed to assisting qualified families, many of whom receive thirty-five percent of tuition.
Meet WCS Principals
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Dr. Buzz Inboden
Mrs. Tammi Evans
Mr. Jim Parrish
Assistant Head of School & WCES Principal
Stay informed. More news on the Announcement Pages.
Grandparent Kathleen Abel is this week’s #WeAreWC recipient. While volunteering for Community Impact Day, Kathleen took a fall that precluded her from finishing the day. The fall didn’t dampen her joy in serving and making good on a promise to treat the students in her group to ice cream. Thank you Kathleen!
Wednesday, December 21 is early release for all WCS campuses. After school transportation by public school districts will only be provided by Columbus and Dublin. If your child normally rides a public school bus from a district other than Columbus and Dublin, you will need to make alternative pick up plans for December 21. Morning (to school)[…]
By JARROD ULREY, ThisWeekNews A strong returning senior class has the Worthington Christian High School boys basketball team hoping for big things this winter after receiving a Division III district runner-up trophy last season. The top returnee is 6-foot-4 senior guard/forward Jay Joseph, a Mount Vernon Nazarene University commit who averaged 16 points last season[…]
By Paul Batterson, WCS Contributing Writer While their two children, Brittany (WCS ’03) and Braden (WCS ’05) graduated over a decade ago, Scott and Becky Dissinger’s commitment to Worthington Christian Schools has never diminished. Through the WCS Fund (formerly Educating for Eternity), the Dissingers have continued to support the school and influence the next generation[…]
Meet Kindergarten Teacher Mrs. Denyse Smith. Mrs. Smith has been at WCS for nine years and enjoys reading and shopping in her free time. Mrs. Smith’s favorite book is The Centurions Wife, and her favorite meal is anything Italian. Fun Fact: Mrs. Smith may come across as shy, but when she reads books to her[…]
Mark Your Calendar! Worthington’s gifted and talented art students will be featured in a show called FOCUS ON at the McConnell Art Center, 777 Evening Street, Worthington. The show runs January 5-March 12 and features the art of the top high school artists in Worthington including WCHS Seniors Lindsay Secrest, Michael Bonasso, Ashley Belkofer, Kayla[…]
Old Man Winter is just around the corner, which means a “snow day” is always possible. Generally speaking, a decision to delay or cancel classes is made by 6 a.m. and communicated shortly after that via: WCS Text Alert (Click here for instructions on how to register to receive text alerts.) WCS Website and App WCS[…]
The WCHS Choir and Orchestra Concert is Monday, December 5, 7 p.m., in the AC Auditorium (6675 Worthington-Galena Road). All are welcomed to attend, but come early as seating is limited. Can’t attend but want to watch and listen to the sounds of the season? Click to Watch and Listen Live.
Kathy Klass, WCS parent, has organized WCHS’ Community Impact Day for six years. This year students served 30 non-profit organizations throughout Central Ohio. Assistant Principal Tim Kraynak (WCS ’94) and Julie Seling, alumni parent and high school administrative assistant, honored Kathy as a #WeAreWC recipient. Thank you Kathy!
Three Warriors have been named to the AP 2016 All-Ohio Division V Football Team: Third Team Ends/Wide Receivers: Reed Tucker (Senior) and Special Mention Sammy Myers (Senior) and Joseph Greenwood (Senior). Congratulations gentlemen!
This is your one-stop for the most up-to-date WCHS announcements available 24/7. If you’re viewing this page from a computer, click on the image or headline to open this post. WCHS announcements are also available via the WCS app. MAKE SURE TO READ ALL THE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF ANNOUNCEMENTS ON THIS PAGE[…]
We are grateful for the opportunity to partner with you in “developing the mind of Christ in students through rigorous intellectual, creative, and physical pursuits.” Space is limited. To secure your student’s spot in next year’s class, re-enroll between December 1, 2016, and January 15, 2017, by following these simple steps: Log into ParentsWeb. Click[…]
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2016 National Blue Ribbon Award
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