Divine Interruptions

Today there were “interruptions” to our day!  But what amazing “interruptions” they were.  At the end of homeroom this morning our entire school from K-5 to 12th grade all gathered in the gym for just a few minutes to celebrate our new head of school, Mr. Brenner. It was so much fun to rejoice withContinue reading “Divine Interruptions”

Engaging with Your Child’s Media

If you have not yet read Glen Shultz’s latest blog, Some Haunting Questions, you should take a moment to read it today. Mr. Brenner shared this blog with our school family earlier this week. It is a very thought-provoking and convicting post. I have challenged our teachers to think about what being “Christian” really meansContinue reading “Engaging with Your Child’s Media”

Enchanted Forest Book Fair

What an odd time of year for the book fair! Yes, but God had a reason for using Hurricane Florence to rearrange our plans, and we’re going with it! It’s going to be an Enchanted Christmas Forest, so join us! Visit the WCS Library from 8 am to 4 pm, December 3-7, for some fantasticContinue reading “Enchanted Forest Book Fair”

No Off-Season

I was recently counting the days before Christmas – it’s 41 in case you’re wondering. Of those 41 days, 21 are school days. That’s incredible! Over those 21 days, we will see our kindergarten students perform their Thanksgiving program and our third and fourth graders perform their Christmas program. Students will also begin to prepareContinue reading “No Off-Season”

Whiteout Basketball Game

On November 26, the WCS Eagles will host a WhiteOut basketball night.  Games will be played on the following schedule: 3:00 pm–Middle School Girls vs. Lighthouse Eagles 4:00 pm–Middle School Boys vs. Lighthouse Eagles 5:00 pm–JV Boys vs. Lighthouse Eagles 6:30 pm–Varsity Girls vs. Liberty Christian 8:00 pm–Varsity Boys vs. Liberty Christian Students and familiesContinue reading “Whiteout Basketball Game”

WCS receives Unity grant for programming

Ms. Lofton recently received a grant from Unity, a game design software and programming company, to provide additional software for our students.  Ms. Lofton will incorporate the content into the high school programming classes she teaches, so the students can have some experience making a simple game. The Unity licenses usually cost around $244 perContinue reading “WCS receives Unity grant for programming”

Students Selected for Wayne County Junior Leadership Program

Wayne Christian School is excited to announce that four members of the junior class have been selected to serve in the Wayne County Chamber of Commerce’s Junior Leadership program.    Darden Bynum, Payton Jackson, Anna Rendall, and Madison Wells are our representatives this year. “Junior Leadership was a vision and class project of the Leadership WayneContinue reading “Students Selected for Wayne County Junior Leadership Program”

Planning for Their Futures

Each year, approximately 99% of WCS students will attend college after graduation. Many students will begin at a four-year college and others will begin at the community college.  During their time in the upper high school grades, students have several opportunities to explore the college options open to them. On Monday morning, September 24th, WayneContinue reading “Planning for Their Futures”