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Alumna of the Year-Suzy Roth

2020 ALUMNA OF THE YEAR: SUZY (MOESCHBERGER) ROTH (WC ’86)

1986 graduate honored for work with orphan care, adoption, and foster care Established in 2009, the annual Alumni of the Year award is an opportunity for the WC community—both past and present—to collectively celebrate the mission of the school being lived out among its 2,800 graduates. A committee representing a cross-section of the school selects the recipient based on the […]

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Josh Mitchell (WC '18)

JOSH MITCHELL (WC ’18) DISCUSSES THE GOSPEL, THE CHURCH, AND RACE

At a time in our world in which there is so much rhetoric, so many negative interpersonal exchanges, and an overwhelming amount of division, a recent discussion hosted by Grace Polaris Church featuring WC alumnus Joshua Mitchell (WC ’18) comes like a breath of fresh air. A few weeks ago, Grace Polaris pastors Mike Yoder […]

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Chris and Beth Gregory

CONJUGATING THE VERB, “TO LOVE”: CHRIS (WC ’81) AND BETH (KENDRICK) GREGORY (WC ’82)

Love is an action word for the Gregorys, who met in a Worthington Christian Spanish class Perhaps the Spanish had it right all along. Americans have just one word for “love;” it can be an adjective, a noun, or a verb. The same word can be used to describe one’s relationship with their soul mate, […]

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Rachel Hartley and Thomas Huling

TURNING POINTS: RACHEL (MEEKER) HARTLEY (WC ’11) AND THOMAS HULING (WC ’07)

Boat becomes home for two WC graduates while working as nurses in New York City [Editor’s Note: COVID-19 has changed the course of our lives unexpectedly. This story highlights how two WC alumni’s lives changed drastically during this current season. Be sure to check WC’s social media platforms in the coming days to read more […]

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Steve and Brooke Stanley

INSEPARABLE: STEVE (WC ’98) AND BROOKE (MAY) STANLEY (WC ’97)

From the first date, the Stanleys knew they had a perfect match On one of his first days at Worthington Christian High School, Steve Stanley (WC ’98) rearranged algebra teacher Kary Burby’s seating chart and ultimately changed his future. Stanley, who transferred from Upper Arlington to Worthington Christian, spied Brooke May (WC ’97) across the […]

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Tom and Dawn Currie

STAYING TOGETHER: TOM AND DAWN (DORROW) CURRIE (WC ’81)

Week-long break up and long-distance romance didn’t stop the Curries from getting married Worthington Christian graduates Dawn (Dorrow) and Tom Currie (WC ’81) have always been a couple since the two started dating shortly before Christmas in 1980. Well, almost always. “We broke up for a week in March of our sophomore years in college,” […]

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Carson and Danna Wellman

DIFFERENT PATHS: CARSON (WC ’10) AND DANNA (JIMENEZ) WELLMAN (WC ’07)

Going their separate ways after high school, faith brings Worthington Christian couple back together For most of their time at Worthington Christian High School, Carson Wellman (WC ’10) and Danna Jimenez (WC ’07) traveled in vastly different social circles. Danna was getting ready to graduate and Carson was just an underclassman. Classmates were more than […]

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Biblical Approach to Injustice

THOUGHTS ON GIVING OUR STUDENTS A BIBLICAL APPROACH TO INJUSTICE

Head of School Troy McIntosh shares thoughts on recent events in our country. The last three months have been wildly disorienting for our nation. Grief, anger, frustration, anxiety, and hardship have become common acquaintances for so many of us. It is enough to make us who are believers call out and say, “Lord, have mercy.” […]

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