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WOOD COUNTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Wood County Christian School is a private, Christian school located within the city limits of Williamstown, West Virginia in Wood County.  WCCS offers grades pre-school through 12th grade.  Over 335 students attend WCCS.  Wood County Christian School is accredited with distinction by the American Association of Christian Schools. WCCS’s accreditation is recognized by the West Virginia Department of Education.

Students are offered college-preparatory classes and advanced placement is offered in English, History, and Math. Post secondary options are available.

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GRADES OFFERED?

WCCS offers grades pre-school through 12th grade.

STUDENTS?

Over 335 students attend WCCS.

ACCREDITATION?

Wood County Christian School is accredited by the American Association of Christian Schools.  The school’s accreditation is recognized by the West Virginia Department of Education.

GRADING SCALE?

A – 92-100
B – 85-91
C – 76-84
D – 70-75
F – 0-69

Wood County Christian School uses a 4.0 grading scale for cumulative grade point averages and ranking. All students and all courses are included on a non-weighted system.

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION?

27 Total Credits including:
2 credits of Bible
2 credits of Foreign Language
4 credits of English
1 credit of Physical Education
4 credits of Social Studies
1 credit of Health
3 credits of Science
1 credit of Computer Applications
4 credits of Math
3 credits of Career Electives
½ credit of Speech
1 credit of Arts
½ credit of College Prep

WHO MAY ATTEND?

Wood County Christian School admits students of any race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded to or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin in administration of its education, admissions, scholarships, athletics, and other school-administered programs.

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