“When schools flourish, all flourishes.” —Martin Luther

Everyone who loves Worthington Christian School (WC) knows that since our inception there has been a determination to provide a rigorous education that is distinctively Christian. We have a remarkable history that began in 1973 because of 13 visionaries who shouldered the responsibility for founding and building the school that four decades of families have enjoyed. Enrollment has steadily grown from 126 to 950 students in grades kindergarten to 12 making WC Central Ohio’s leader in Christian education. With 2,500 alumni serving around the globe in missions, ministry, and the marketplace, the Lord is using these Warriors to advance His kingdom. Our history is rich. Our foundation is solid.

A rich past is worth little without an investment in the future.

WC’s job is to ensure that our students are fully equipped to engage and vocationally compete in a rapidly changing world intellectually. But we are also charged to partner with parents and the church to prepare them to stand strong spiritually in a secular society. Our focus is on the whole student—mind, body, and spirit—and to help each student fully appreciate not only what God has created, but who He has created them to be. Indeed, there are no promises or guarantees as to who our children ultimately will become or the heights to which they might soar as the Lord is always at work. But our commitment to these foundational tenets is unwavering.

Certain realities demand our attention to ensuring WC’s future. Aging and inadequate facilities, rising costs, and increased requests for financial aid are challenging WC from providing the kind of environment and instruction necessary to serve this and future generations.

Central Ohio needs WC. The world needs WC graduates. WC needs you.

Our foundation is firm. Our roadmap for the future is sound. Our potential to prepare generations of Warriors for Christ is enormous. But we need financial partners like you to come alongside us as together we equip generations to come.