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Anyone around the Worthington Christian School community in the 1990s and early 2000s will likely well-remember the temporary classroom structures affectionately known as the ‘mods.’ Several modular buildings were placed on-site at the Lazelle and Worthington Galena property (where the Tom Anglea Upper School Campus is now located) in 1990 and served to house grades 6-8. The mods were used as classroom space until they were razed in 2017 in preparation for the new campus construction. The memory of the mods is another reminder of God’s faithfulness to and provision for WC over the last fifty years!


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