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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
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WCHS Teacher Dan Roads received a surprise visit by Head of School Troy McIntosh. Mr. Roads was honored for his mentorship and guidance of students, particularly during life’s trials. Thank you, Mr. Roads, for representing the spirit and pride of WCS.
On Thursday, February 23, twenty-seven new students were inducted into the Worthington Christian High School Chapter of the National Honor Society. Students are selected for membership into this national organization based on the criteria of service, scholarship, character, and leadership. The WCHS chapter requires a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 or above after the first semester[…]
The WCHS choir will host gospel music expert, Dr. Raymond Wise, on Friday, February 24, during each choir period. Dr. Wise currently teaches at Indiana University Bloomington and is the founder and director of the Raise Gospel Choir. He has penned over 600 compositions, many of which are available through the Raymond Wise Gospel and[…]
Senior Brennan Fortner uses his art as a way to make people’s fears comedic, specifically the fear of spiders.
Junior Jenna Kuts’ inspiration stems from two artists, Giorgio Morandi and Giorgio de Chirico, and her art combines and relates their different works together.
WCHS’ Senior AP Art student, Shay Smith, shares about the theme of his concentration, which focuses on our culture’s addiction to technology. Using mostly pencil and graphite not only helps him to communicate his ideas in a visually evocative way but also provides him with control.
WCHS’ Senior AP Art student, Katie Swaddling, shares about the theme of her concentration, “Beauty from Brokenness” and how barns provide the perfect subject for highlighting our imperfections that make up a person’s overall beauty.
You don’t have to create personal social media accounts to view announcements, pictures, and videos, both live and pre-recorded, posted to WCS’ social media accounts. By downloading the WCS app to your smartphone or tablet, you’ll not only have 24-7 access to the latest school information but also you can see what’s being posted on[…]
Senior Paris Dirscherl was recently named Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) of Delaware County. As a result, Paris will compete for the title of DYW of Ohio, which is part of a national scholarship program that promotes and rewards academic prowess, leadership, and talent in young ladies. College scholarships are awarded at the state level ($17,200.00[…]
Junior Jeremy Baggs is headed to C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton on Thursday to compete in the DII Swimming & Diving State Meet. Jeremy qualified in the 200 Individual Medley and 500 Freestyle. The top 16 swimmers in Thursday’s preliminaries will return on Friday to swim in finals. Good luck, Jeremy! We’re proud of you.
By JARROD ULREY, THISWEEKSPORTS.COM The Worthington Christian High School boys basketball team will have nearly two full weeks between its regular-season finale and its Division III district tournament opener. That should give the top-seeded Warriors plenty of time to savor the spoils of a regular season that included winning the MSL-Ohio Division championship before embarking[…]
For the first time, the annual state of the school address was broadcast live on Facebook. This on-demand format allows the community to watch anytime from anywhere using a personal device such as a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Non-Facebook users could also participate in this and future live streaming events by using the WCS app[…]