WARRIOR CAFE NOW OFFERING CURBSIDE PICKUP FOR PARENTS
WC business classes continue to grow, expand services
Worthington Christian School business teacher Nick Johnson and his entrepreneurship students have been hard at work already this school year. Last year’s business students successfully planned, developed, and started the Warrior Cafe–an in-house, student-led coffee and smoothie business. Every aspect of the development of the Warrior Cafe has been student-driven, including acquiring administrative permission, drafting the business plan, testing and selecting products, gaining appropriate health department approval, building a website, branding, sales, and marketing. It offers a variety of drinks such as hot coffee, cold brew, chai, smoothies, and more, handcrafted with proprietary recipes sourced by local Ohio suppliers. While Warrior Cafe is part of the Upper School’s academic program and not a fundraiser, the profits generated will help support any senior in need of financial assistance for the class trip to the Dominican Republic that takes place each spring.
Now in its second year of operation, Warrior Cafe continues to grow and expand its services. As of Monday, September 13th, the Warrior Cafe is now accepting online orders for curbside pickup at the Upper School for parents. Curbside delivery is only available from 8:00 to 8:15 a.m. on school days. Online orders can be placed via the Warrior Cafe website (also accessible on the WC mobile app under “Warrior Cafe” on the main menu). The Warrior Cafe online ordering process is simple and easy, similar to any other online ordering service: go the website, click “online order,” select “curbside pickup” and enter the pickup vehicle’s model and color, then select menu items to add to the order. When the order is ready for pickup (within the designated time frame), vehicles may park in the first or second lane closest to the Hogue Commons and a Warrior Cafe employee will deliver the order. Students also created a video that explains the order and pickup process–it can be found on the student-developed Warrior Cafe Instagram page (warrior.cafe) or see it here.