Now Enrolling for 2020-21. Contact Admissions | Back-to-School Plan Released. Read More

Skip to content

Love.
Learning.
Opportunities.

These are quite possibly the three most important considerations when choosing where to send your child to school. Especially when you ask this question: WHO DO I WANT MY CHILD TO BECOME?

Love

Love might seem like an unconventional way to talk about a school…

Learning

How we approach learning is what makes us distinctively Christian.

Opportunities

We see opportunities as another key to unlocking student interest and long-term potential.

All of us at WC are committed to providing an excellent academic, social, and spiritual experience that equips students to see the world through the lens of scripture – and then to engage it with confidence, compassion, and the mind of Christ.
Troy McIntosh Head of School

Love

#1 reason alumni love WC—faculty, staff, and coaches
3 top reasons families choose WC—Christian, academics, peer influence
97% of parents rate our faculty as very accessible, encouraging, qualified

Love might seem like an unconventional way to talk about a school…

But we know this: When kids feel loved, accepted, and part of a community, that’s when learning takes flight. And for us, it’s not some abstract concept. It’s at the foundation of how we help every student grow as a learner and a capable leader.

For the Irvins, seeing firsthand how WC students demonstrated what it means to love your neighbor confirmed they had their girls in the right place.
#1 reason alumni love WC—faculty, staff, and coaches
3 top reasons families choose WC—Christian, academics, peer influence
97% of parents rate our faculty as very accessible, encouraging, qualified

Learning

How we approach learning is what makes us distinctively Christian.

Our faith-based approach to education isn’t an overlay to the curriculum and student experience. It’s woven into all that we do. And when done in tandem with love, not only do we get to see students who love to learn, but also we instill in them the ongoing love for learning.

An education that is relevant now, later, and eternally. That’s the kind of perspective Dino and Kendra Tsibouris wanted for their children.
85% of schools are outscored by WC on national tests
100% of graduates earn college acceptance
20 students is the average size class

Opportunities

We see opportunities as another key to unlocking student interest and long-term potential

As our students progress in their educational journey at WC, so do their opportunities to engage in what interests them most. For a small private school we offer more opportunities per student than our peers, from arts and athletics to mission and service, and student-led clubs. And because our students are known and loved by our faculty and staff, we can help identify opportunities for even the most reluctant students to get engaged and discover their gifts.

WC’s youth basketball program may have opened a door for the Moore Family to discover WC, but their story goes much deeper than sports.
85% of 7-12 grade students engage in co-curricular activities
65% of 7-12 grade students participate in dramatic, musical, or fine arts
70% of students in grades 7-12 participate in sports

Quick Facts:

K-12 School

We are a K to 12, co-ed, college preparatory, evangelical Christian school founded in 1973.

930 Students

Enrollment averages 930 students. Our student population reflects diverse ethnicity and cultures.

2x Winner

We are a two-time recipient of the prestigious National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence for Exemplary High Performance.

100% Accredited

The Association of Christian Schools International and Cognia accredits WC. The Ohio Department of Education recognizes us as a chartered private school.

State of the School Address with Head of School Troy McIntosh
Watch Now
Replacing grass with field turf at Founders Field is on the horizon because of one family’s leap of faith.
Read More
Worthington Christian grad earns a spot in UK’s House of Commons
Read More
2010 graduate’s idea attracts the attention of Forbes magazine
Read More

Educational Resources

Recent Posts

Downloads

Affordability Guide

Invest in the Future

What's "affordable" is deeply personal. Get this FREE guide about paying for private Christian education.

Download

Fact or Fiction

You decide. Get this FREE resource addressing the common misconceptions about Christian education.

Download

School Visit Guide

Are you asking the right questions? Here's a FREE guide with 18 questions you'll want to ask on your next visit.

Download

Get Connected

Subscribe to WC’s e-newsletter

Get a behind the scenes look at what’s happening at WC. ThisWeekWC is emailed each Wednesday during the school year.