Before the pomp and circumstance.
Graduation from Worthington Christian School is based upon specific curricular requirements as well as a student’s demonstration of cooperation with the philosophy of our school. Regarding this required curriculum, our philosophy states: “This curriculum seeks to introduce students to the Truth which God, through the power of the Holy Spirit, has revealed in His Word, in His world, and in and through His Son, Jesus Christ. Not only are students introduced to the facts of this Truth, but they also are instructed on how to apply these truths in and through their own lives.”
WCHS operates on a combination of traditional and block schedules which allows for more in-depth study while preparing students for the college experience.
The following awards are presented during commencement exercises:
- Honors Group: Top 10 percent of the graduating class by GPA are recognized. Valedictorian and salutatorian are also identified.
- Solomon Award: Given to the senior who best demonstrated wisdom through diligence in academic endeavors.
- Daniel Award: Given to the senior who best exemplifies bold faith through consistent spiritual growth and discipline.
- Joshua Award: Given to the senior who most consistently displays positive participation and leadership in student activities and student government.
For the latter three awards, seniors must have completed their entire junior and senior years at WC to be eligible.