For the first time in over two decades, middle school teachers, staff, and students will be housed under one roof as we take a significant step in the completion of Phase One of the Foward. Together. capital campaign. Earlier this summer we announced that we are saying goodbye to the modular buildings that have housed the middle school for 26 years and saying hello to substantially updated classrooms, library, and administrative space, improved security, and much more.
The WCS Board of Directors and Head of School Troy McIntosh cordially invites and school community to the Ribbon Cutting Celebration as we give thanks and praise to the Lord for His provision. Join us on Thursday, August 17. We’ll gather in the R. Fred Hogue Center Commons (8225 Worthington-Galena Road) for light refreshments beginning at 8 a.m. The dedication and the ceremonial cutting of the ribbon will start at 8:15 a.m. and conclude at 8:30 a.m. Fellowship in the commons will continue until 9 a.m.