WC remains fully committed to providing a rigorous, well-rounded Christian education Living in a COVID-19 world has caused all of us to become rather familiar with some level of uncertainty in our lives. I can attest that schools are experiencing the same thing— postponing decisions as we wait for more information, having to adjust on […]
Head of School Messages
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.” […]
A wide spectrum of perspectives exist on reopening school One of the great things about being part of a community is watching its members pull together in difficult times. I have received your emails and phone calls and read many of your social media posts so I know that the last two months has been […]
Plans for the 2020-21 school year take center stage. Many parents and students are anxious to know about WC’s plans for the 2020-21 school year. In response, Head of School Troy McIntosh invites current school families to join the conversation via a Zoom call on Thursday, May 28 at 7 p.m. Families may sign up […]
It’s the final week of the 2019-20 school year, and what a year it has been. Listen in to hear from Head of School Troy McIntosh reflect on the year.
There are lots of things happening before the school year comes to a close on May 21. As we enter the last couple of weeks of the 2019-20 school year, we know that the Covid-19 outbreak has thrust an exceptional amount of change on everyone. Thank you for bearing with us as we moved to […]
Head of School Troy McIntosh shares end-of-school plans, as well as addresses possible scenarios for the 2020-21 school year.
In this week’s Head of School Message, Troy McIntosh gives an exciting update on Upper School construction and Lower School renovations. He, too, looks ahead to the end of this school year and what’s possibly in store for 2020-21.
COVID-19 may have kept us from worshiping together, but it certainly did not keep us from celebrating our risen Savior!
Head of School Troy McIntosh reflects on the first week of online teaching and learning, and announces April 9, as an all-school day of prayer.