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
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One of the issues that today’s schools must confront that was not a significant issue just a generation ago is student safety and school security. While the chances that an incident like an active shooter at our school are extremely small, the results could be catastrophic if it does. Over the last decade we have[…]
By JARROD ULREY, THISWEEKSPORTS.COM Kara Godsey has proven time and again that she’s not afraid to try new things. The senior was a member of Worthington Christian High School’s inaugural girls golf and girls bowling programs, both of which began her junior year. Then, after she suffered a season-ending injury early last spring for the softball[…]
Meet Mrs. Patricia Boyd, sixth grade Bible and math teacher. Mrs. Boyd is from Zanesfield, Ohio and has served at WCS for 13 years. Some of Mrs. Boyd’s favorite things include sea bass, garlic mashed potatoes, arugula salad, scuba diving, sewing, and hiking in the mountains. Mrs. Boyd and husband Daryl have three children: Andrew[…]
WCHS students were invited to display their ceramic, fiber arts, textile arts, and photography at the Griswold Center. Stop by between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, through the end of May to see some beautiful works of art.
Commencement activities for the Class of 2017 are quickly approaching. Both Baccalaureate and Commencement will be held at Vineyard Columbus (6000 Cooper Road) and be broadcast via Facebook LIVE. A personal Facebook account is not required to watch live. Type Facebook.com/WorthingtonChristianSchools in the search bar of your preferred search engine (e.g. Google, Firefox), or you may click on[…]
Morgan Smith (WCS ’06), a nurse at The James on the campus of The Ohio State University, sees a lot of hurting people. As she floats between the intensive care surgical and neurological units, as well as the bone marrow transplant ward, Morgan witnesses first-hand people in need of not only physically healing but also[…]
A long-standing tradition, Marmon Valley Father & Son weekend for young men in first through sixth grades is a great opportunity for you to spend time with your child and meet other dads from your son’s class while having old-fashioned fun doing it. Horseback riding, archery, climbing wall, and fishing, as well as hayrides and barn[…]
A long-standing tradition, Marmon Valley Mother & Daughter weekend for young ladies in first through sixth grades is a great opportunity for you to spend time with your child and meet other moms from your daughter’s class while having old-fashioned fun doing it. Horseback riding, archery, climbing wall, and fishing, as well as hayrides and[…]
With so many art students, the Spring Art Show has outgrown the high school media center and is premiering this year in the lower level of the Administration Center (6675 Worthington-Galena Road). On Tuesday, May 9 the WCS community is invited to peruse watercolor, pastel, and graphite works of art created by WCHS students under the[…]