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UPDATE: Wednesday, August 5, 2020
This is Orientation Week!
In practicing social distancing, we ask that only one parent per family and student(s) attend the orientation.  You will meet your student's teacher and receive important beginning of school year information.  We will not be visiting the classrooms.
  1. Preschool Orientation: August 3, 6:30p.m - Gymnasium (Preschool 2's, 3's, 4's) We had a great night!                                                                      
  2. Elementary Orientation:  August 4, 6:30 p.m. - Gymnasium  (PreK, K, 1st, 2nd grade) Thank you for coming!
  3. Intermediate and Middle School Orientation:  August 6, 6:30 p.m. - Gymnasium (3rd-8th grade)
 
E.S.P. sign-ups will be at orientation on Tuesday, Aug. 4 and Thursday, Aug. 6 for Kindergarten - 8th grade.

 

The 2020-21 School Calendar is posted under the Board tab.
 
The WCA COVID-19 Response Team has worked diligently on a plan to make our school the safest learning environment possible. Morning temperature checks will be conducted with students and faculty. Throughout the school day, we will practice social distancing in all classes and cafeteria, washing hands frequently, and sanitizing and disinfecting all classrooms, work spaces, and cafeteria.  Students will not be sharing supplies and materials. All students are to bring a water bottle (clearly labeled with their name) to use throughout the day.  Masks may be worn if desired. DETAILED GUIDELINES will be shared with our WCA family at orientation.  We look forward to the beginning of a new year!  
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  1. ***Special classroom and art supplies have been posted on the "Assignment Tab" for PreK-8th grade students and on the Preschool tab for our preschool students at the top of this page.
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  3. To our WCA Students,
  4. I encourage all of you to continue to read throughout the summer. Remember to fill out your Summer Reading Log and return it to school when we return in August for rewards! 
  5. 3rd - 8th grade will have access to IXL throughout the summer. 
  6. I hope you all are having a safe and fun-filled summer!  I look forward to seeing you all in August. 
  7. Love, Mrs. Caroline


 Mission Statement


The mission of WCA is to provide students with excellent academic training in a loving, Christian environment preparing them for leadership in their home, church, and community.



 Our Past and Future


After much prayer, Winchester Christian Academy began with a desire to provide students an exceptional education in a nurturing Christian environment.

      In the Fall of 2007, WCA began with two classes, a total of thirteen students, and a staff of two teachers. As we prepare for our eleventh school year this Fall, we plan to enroll over 200 students in preschool thru 8th grade.



 WCA School Emblems


   The future of Winchester Christian Academy promises to be filled with the excitement of unlimited opportunity.

    The challenges faced while beginning our new school will be rewarded over the years with a rich history of tradition and achievement. Part of the tradition of any school relates to its colors and mascot.
        
     The WCA school colors are purple and gold. Purple is a symbol of royalty--Christ our King. Gold is a symbol of the streets of heaven--our destination
    
     The lion is our school mascot. The lion is a symbol of courage and boldness. We read in Joshua 1:9--"Be strong and courageous, Do not be afraid, do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go."

     Our goal at WCA is for our students to seek Christ first in their lives and to be courageous and bold for Him each and every day as they grow in mind, in body, and in spirit.



 Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy


WCA shall not disciminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex or age.



  Vision Statement


Winchester Christian Academy is dedicated to providing families with a positive school experience in a loving, Christian
environment that will instill a lifetime love for learning in our graduates.

WCA will:
    • shine forth as an institution strong in academics with a Christian foundation.

    • be open to families of all faiths.

    • present daily age-appropriate Bible lessons including chapel two days each week.

    • develop a curriculum that offers academic excellence in reading/literature, language arts, math, technology, science, social
      studies/civics, and Spanish/languages.

    • offer opportunities in athletics, art, music, and drama.

WCA will surround students with Christian models and opportunities to inspire and prepare them for a role in society as Christian examples and leaders for others to follow.



   Please continue to pray that God will bless our efforts as we grow both spiritually and numerically.