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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A WCHS student recognized Geometry Teacher Mr. Trevor Wadsworth as a #WeAreWC recipient. The student wrote: “Mr. Wadsworth always helps students and takes the time to talk about sports and other things as time allows. He is very relatable and understands us.” Thank you, Mr. Wadsworth, for taking the time to connect with students.
You probably don’t know their names. In fact, you may not know them by sight either because often their day begins at 6 a.m. and sometimes doesn’t conclude until after school activities are over. They are WCS’ facilities team of Elden Deskins and Phil Gowl. These gentlemen oversee the upkeep of all of WCS’ facilities,[…]
Coming Fall 2017! Be a part of the inaugural season of the Warrior Flag Football League. Highlights of this newly formed league include: Learn the fundamentals of football in a fun environment taught by knowledgeable coaches. Boys and girls in first through sixth grades are eligible to participate. Students from all school are welcomed. Invite a[…]
Do you know a family at church or in your neighborhood whose child is entering kindergarten this fall? Tell the about Kindergarten Information Night on March 7 at 7 p.m. Guests will have the chance to visit classrooms, see curriculum, talk to other parents, and get answers to all their questions. The kindergarten is located[…]
Have your children outgrown their school uniform or Warrior wear? Donate them to Share the Ware. This Parent Teacher Fellowship-sponsored program is an opportunity for families to donate outgrown or no longer needed clean, gently used school uniforms, Warrior wear, and gear. These items are then sold at the annual Share the Ware sale to[…]
The first WC Family Night held last Friday, February 10, welcomed many WCES families, as well as families considering WCS for their children. The Hogue was alive with activities, music provided by the pep band, giveaways, a lively student section and makeshift ESPN’s SportsCenter crew, and the cheerleader’s extended performance. WCES students led the crowd in[…]
By Paul Batterson, WCS Contributing Writer When she saw The Phantom of the Opera for the first time in Columbus, Jordan Ensign (WCS ‘08) whispered to her father Tom as the curtain fell, “I have to be Christine.” It was a pretty lofty aspiration, considering Ensign was just six years old at the time. About[…]
By JARROD ULREY, THISWEEKSPORTS.COM Four members of the Worthington Christian High School boys swimming and diving team will compete for Division II state berths in the district meet Friday, Feb. 17, at Ohio State. Junior Jeremy Baggs, who finished 19th at state in the 200-yard individual medley a year ago, will have a chance to make[…]
The Mid-State League handed down honors for Swimming & Diving, and three members of the boy’s varsity team were recognized. Most notably, freshman Josh Stanfield was named the league’s Most Valuable Diver and a first-team member. Sophomore Andrew Lawrence was named Honorable Mention in 1-Meter Diving. Finally, Jeremy Baggs, junior, was named Honorable Mention for[…]
February has been a big month for Josh Cho. Earlier the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars and the United States Department of Education named the senior a candidate in the 2017 United States Presidential Scholars Program. This week, Cho received notification that he is one of 15,000 National Merit Finalists. The selection of some 7,500 Merit Scholarship[…]
Are you interested in playing a fall sport? Students in grades 7 to 12 are eligible to participate. Parents of students interested in competing this fall must attend the Fall Sports Parent Meeting on Thursday, July 27th, 6 p.m. in the AC Auditorium (6675 Worthington-Galena Road) across from the high school. Sport specific meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m.[…]
Over 40 WCES students have qualified for the upcoming Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) District Speech Meet. Students will compete in the following categories: Bible Memorization, Poetry, Fables & Folklore, Patriotic Oration, and Original Speech. WCS is required to supply eight volunteer judges for the district competition being held at Cypress Christian School in Galloway,[…]