The Tsibouris Family
Returning to the alma mater.
As a graduate of Worthington Christian, Tsibouris sees the benefits of a Christ-centered education.
As he and his wife Kendra enrolled their three children into Worthington Christian School, attorney Dino Tsibouris knew exactly what he was getting his sons Chris (WC ‘16) and Peter (WC ‘20) and his daughter Danielle (WC ‘26) involved with. Tsibouris has the unique perspective of seeing WC through the eyes of a former student and as a parent of a students.
“Worthington Christian built the school around education and relationships,” said the 1986 WC graduate, adding with a chuckle. “I really enjoyed it … as much as a kid can like school.
“One thing I like about WC is it supports the same things we’re trying to teach our kids. I had a great experience and to see my children have similar experiences is sort of an added bonus.”
Dino credits his mother Joan for teaching him the benefits of attending a Christian school. His parents divorced when he was in the sixth grade and his mother went through what he termed a “spiritual awakening.”
“As someone who came from a divorced family, I felt like they really accepted me and supported me.”
Tsibouris sees the tuition at the school is an investment in his children’s future.
“Worthington Christian plants the seed,” he said. “When you go to college, you’re faced with a lot of decisions but you have that foundation to fall back on.
“We have teachers who teach kids how to look at culture through the eyes of scripture and think, ‘What is the world trying to tell me, what does Scripture say, and how do I deal with that? WC is teaching Christian truth as they are teaching you their subjects.”