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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When their son Cole was in kindergarten, Scott and Laura Kaiser realized two things: the first was their son was a struggling reader and the second was the public school he was attending wasn’t giving him the help he needed. That began to change when he enrolled at Worthington Christian Elementary School. “We had a[…]
At Worthington Christian Schools, textbooks are necessary. But what you learn from the teachers can be life changing. Ask Ethan Houts, a member of the Class of 2007. “The curriculum is important, but I was impacted by my personal relationships with teachers,” says Houts. “Teachers’ realness and open nature are what impacted me.” “WCS has[…]
If all the world’s a stage, as William Shakespeare contends, then God is the ultimate director. Being a part of WCS’ theater program has helped prepare Joel Godsey (WCS ’18) for what God wants him to do in the future. “When you’re in a play, the director will go ‘You should do this for this[…]
The food service department is in need of volunteers at all three campus locations to assist in the overall lunch program. We are asking for volunteers who can commit one day weekly or two days per month to please contact us to sign up. The elementary schedule is Monday through Friday 11:25 – 12:25 The middle[…]
Do you have a student participating in a fall sport? If so, make sure to be in attendance at the Fall Sports Parent Meeting on Thursday, July 28. Parents will gather at 6 p.m. in the Administration Center Auditorium. Following a brief presentation by Athletic Director Kevin Weakley, parents will be dismissed to meet with their[…]
“Each summer, the Operation Barnabas teams select recipients of the Walter and Pearl Olszewski Award. This award is given to deserving students who exemplify the godly characteristic of servanthood. Named after Mr. and Mrs. O, daily volunteers at CE National for many years, the family created a memorial gift to be given to Operation[…]
It’s time to stock up on all your Warrior wear and gear. Warrior wear is perfect for spirit days, out-of-uniform days, sporting events, and more. This year’s crisp and simple design is sure to be a big hit (see image). Click here to checkout the latest styles from Nike and Under Armour, as well as[…]
Switching schools, especially right before starting middle school, can be a pretty daunting task. Just ask Isaac Myhal (WCS ’22) who came to WCS right before entering the sixth grade. Myhal said the students and teachers at Worthington Christian Middle School helped those first few awkward weeks in a new school very easy. “I was[…]
MEDICAL FORMS DUE AT SCHEDULE PICK-UP ON AUGUST 3 Health Form A is the Emergency Information Form. Health Form B grants permission for us to dispense non-prescription medication. Health Form C gives us permission to give your student prescription medication. Health Form D is a student health history. SCHEDULE PICK-UP You may pick up your schedule on Wednesday, August[…]
Between her fifth and sixth grade year, Ashley Belkofer (WCS ’17) was hit with two life-changing blows. On May 18, 2010, her father, Lt. Col. Thomas Belkofer was killed in a suicide bombing attack on his convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan. In the months that followed, Belkofer and her mother Margo and her sister Alyssa (WCS[…]
As a cross country runner, Sarah Sharp (WCS ’14) knows the importance of getting off to a strong start. Sharp, who runs both cross country and track at Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tenn., feels like attending Worthington Christian Schools gave her a head start on her classmates. “Honestly, I feel like the classes I’ve[…]
Thinking about doing some back to school clothes shopping? Don’t forget to stop into the Share the Ware sale August 3-4. The sale will be open from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. on the third and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the fourth in the WCHS Gymnasium. 6670 Worthington Galena Rd Worthington, OH[…]