Whole Child Education
An emphasis upon academic achievement is the first element in this dynamic balance. Students learn from Christian teachers who challenge them to be their best. On the Stanford Achievement Tests, Christian school students consistently score one year ahead of the national norms.
The third element. which describes this perfect balance, is physical development. Students need a break from their studies. At WCCS, we provide this for students. We offer physical education to both elementary and secondary students.
The final and most important element in the balance found at WCCS is a commitment to Christ. Students are not only taught the values and principles as written in the Bible, but they are also challenged to reach beyond themselves into the community and world-wide missions, applying the knowledge they have gained. Our goal is that students help others achieve what they have been fortunate to obtain through their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Positive peers and family involvement best describe the second element of this special Warren County Christian School balance. Students are surrounded by positive role models who will influence the rest of their lives.
A fourth, and very important element, is the student's emotional development. Students are surrounded by people who care for, nurture, and encourage them. Comments and behaviors which form healthy mental attitudes, are those which permeate our programs and daily campus activities.
Our Math curriculum is designed to educate our students at an appropriate rate.
Our Bible program includes weekly scripture memorization.
Our Phonics program is provided for students K-Second, building a strong phonetic foundation.
Reading is key in our academic program. Our curriculum is carefully selected with this in mind each year.
English Language is incorporated into our program from the beginning.
Our spelling program is consistent throughout the elementary program to better student success.
Our Science programs are based in Christian curriculum.
Understanding history and current events is rooted in a strong foundation.
Our students begin learning Spanish at an early stage to better their comprehension and retention.
Being active is important for a healthy body, mind and spirit.
Strengthening penmanship and learning cursive aids our students in the entirety of their academic life.
Our students are provided with art education and are given a creative outlet for learning and developing.
Our students are taught the history and significance of music as well as given an opportunity to engage.
Music education is extended outside of the traditional classroom as students are given the chance to participate in Orchestra.
Speech is a class that is available to students who would like to extend their elementary education.
Computer is now provided to elementary students to further prepare them for their secondary education.
Remedial Math is offered to students who may benefit from additional support.
Remedial Reading is offered to students who may benefit from additional support.
Advanced Math I & II
Our Bible program is provided to our students every year.
Physical Education is available throughout Junior and Senior High.
The following are provided anually...
Home Economics is available for students in Junior High
Drama is available as a course or as an elective for all Junior and Senior High Students.
Our Health program is provided to all 9th Grade students.
We strive to meet the needs of struggling students when staff is available.