Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions

-Four-Yr-Old Kindergarten – 3 Days a Week

The K4 (four-year-old kindergarten) class at WCCS operates 2 days a week.  Parents have a choice between a Monday/Wednesday class or a Tuesday/Thursday class and includes optional third day – Friday.  The school day is 8:05 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Bible Bible is integrated throughout the day at WCCS. Bible time is set aside for ...

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-Four-Yr-Old Kindergarten – 2 Days a Week

The K4 (four-year-old kindergarten) class at WCCS operates 2 days a week.  Parents have a choice between a Monday/Wednesday class or a Tuesday/Thursday class.  There is an optional third day – Friday.  The school day is 8:05 a.m. to 3:05 p.m. Bible Bible is integrated throughout the day at WCCS. Bible time is set aside ...

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-Kindergarten

The K5 (five-year-old kindergarten) class operates 5 days a week from 8:05 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.  This class provides children with an educational experience that will nurture not only their mind, but also their spirit.   Bible The children learn that the Bible is God’s Word.  They learn how to apply knowledge of the Bible ...

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1st Grade

Bible First grade students study creation, the patriarchs, and the life of Christ in the Bible.  Students love Bible as lively music and Bible memorization is incorporated into their daily Bible lessons.  Students attend chapel on Wednesdays where a teacher or a pastor brings a challenge from God’s Word.   English First graders learn foundational ...

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2nd Grade

Bible Second grade Bible includes Christian worldview shaping through memorizing Bible verses, singing, praying, and learning Bible lessons.  Beginning Bible study skills are also explored.   English Second grade English fosters an appreciation of language as a gift from God.  Students develop the correct use of grammar, begin learning the writing process, and develop reference ...

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3rd Grade

Bible The goal of the Bible curriculum in the third grade is to engage students in their own Christian growth.  To this end, the Bible time is set up as a time of discussion, personal Bible reading, quiet reflection, and private journaling.   English The goal of language instruction is to foster an appreciation of ...

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4th Grade

Bible Fourth grade Bible instruction is organized into ten thematic units that surveys selected portions of the Old and New Testaments. Bible is an academic subject that includes Bible memory assignments, but the goal is to teach the students to know, love, and live the Bible!  Bible class time strives to instill a desire in ...

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5h Grade

Bible In fifth grade Bible, students are encouraged to grow in grace and knowledge by memorizing a weekly Bible verse.   Throughout the year students are taught many lessons in which they learn about God’s judgment and grace.  This helps to build godly character and obedience with a focus on evangelism and missions.  Lessons are taught ...

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7th Grade

Bible  The theme of Bible class is Redemption: God’s grand design. Students will see how God’s plan from the beginning was to give a picture of His love and redemption for His creation. The work-text, lessons, and weekly memory verses all align to paint this wonderful picture of our Redeemer.   English   English highlights grammar ...

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7th Grade

Bible The 7th grade curriculum for Bible is a study of the Life of Christ. Topics covered will be Christ’s Character, His example and major experiences with a heavy focus on Christ’s Sermon on the Mount, as well as Christ’s miracles, parables, and other teachings. Memory verses will be required, and the curriculum topics will ...

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8th Grade

Bible The goal of this course is to help students develop a Biblical Christian worldview. Students will learn how to develop their ability to defend their faith and witness to others, as well as to discern how God desires for us to live what we believe. Memory verses will be required for the class as ...

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9th-12th History

World History (9) (1 credit) Required World History builds upon previous courses by instructing students in events from the early days of God’s creation to the nation building of the 19th century. This course focuses on the study of numerous nation-states from Great Britain, France, and Germany to the civilizations of the Middle East, India, ...

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9th-12th Science

Physical Science 9 (1 credit) Required Prerequisite: Pre-Algebra This is a basic, but in-depth, science class that covers principles in chemistry and physics. Foundational concepts will be taught that can be used in later science classes. Chemistry concepts covered include building of the Periodic Table, structure of the atom, and bonding. Physics concepts include a ...

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9th-12th Mathematics

Algebra I (1 Credit) Required: Alg. 1 or Adv. Alg. 1 Prerequisite: 8th grade math During this course, students will write and solve multi-step equations, graph linear equations, write equations of parallel and perpendicular lines, write and solve various inequalities, solve systems of equations by graphing and substitution, solve equations with polynomial expressions, and graph ...

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9th-12th Bible

Bible 9 (.5 credit) Required The first semester will survey competing worldviews. The students will follow the journey of a teenager as he familiarizes himself with the history, tenets, and weaknesses of Hinduism, Buddhism, secular Humanism, and postmodernism. This journey is completed while contrasting each belief with the truth of Jesus Christ. During the second ...

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9th-12th English

English 9 (1 Credit) Required Students will build skills in grammar, writing, and literature. Emphasis will be placed on communicating effectively though writing, and successfully comprehending and analyzing literature. Students will read and write in multiple genres, commit poetry to memory, and continue to develop their vocabulary and grammatical skills.   English 10 (1 credit) ...

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9th-12th Electives

(Note: Not all courses are offered every year.)   Art 9 (.5 Credit) The General Art program will provide guidance in developing aesthetic abilities in the student. The student is involved in creating art, in analyzing, interpreting and making judgments about art, in researching and writing about art history, and in discussing and synthesizing ideas ...

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9th-12th Foreign Language

Spanish I (1 credit) Required The goal of Spanish I is to introduce the student to the Spanish language and culture through development of basic grammar and vocabulary skills, utilizing projects, dialogue, and exercises. Students will express themselves through written and spoken language to demonstrate a knowledge of sentence structure, vocabulary correctly used in cultural ...

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9th-12th Technology

PC Applications 1 (.5 credit) Required Microsoft Office and its applications, (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher) are the focus of this class. By using the applications, the students will be able to create a variety of documents.   PC Applications 2 (.5 credit) Required Prerequisite – PC Apps 1 Microsoft Office is used to build ...

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9th-12th Other Required Courses

Health (12) (1 credit) Required The Senior Health class will provide guidance and emphasis on caring for God’s temple, our body. The students will be given hands-on activities, projects, field trips, and guest speakers to encourage a healthier lifestyle. Throughout the school year, topics will include: body basics system, mental and emotional health, nutrition, exercise, ...

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