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Winchester, TN 37398
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The mission of Winchester Christian Academy is to provide students with excellent academic training in a loving, Christian environment preparing them for leadership in their home, church, and community.
We work to model Christ’s love daily through teaching and example. Our school is open to families of all faiths and traditions. Spiritual training is cultivated through Bible stories for the younger students and the daily learning of scripture and spiritual truths in our older students. We work to also integrate these into all disciplines. Another spiritual highlight is twice-weekly chapel, where students especially enjoy time singing together. Our curriculum offers academic excellence through development of fine and gross motor skills, and reading, language arts, math, science, social studies, computer, listening, and social skills. Additionally, we provide opportunities in physical education, art, music, library, dramatic play, band, and team sports.
Winchester Christian Academy is dedicated to providing families with a school experience driven by excellence, in a strong Christian environment that will instill a lifetime love of learning and service in our graduates.
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.
The Board of Trustees is charged with setting the general policies for the school and ensuring that all academic, spiritual, and other goals are met in accordance with Christian principles. The following individuals serve on the WCA Board of Trustees.
In addition to our Board of Trustees, an Board Advisory Council has been convened by the board to give advice and support. The Board Advisory Council is composed of parents and community leaders.
The BAC is appointed by the WCA Board and consists of parent representatives, community representatives, business leaders, and other parties with a vested interest in WCA and its success. The committee is established as outlined in the WCA Board of Directors policy.
Its goal is to provide a forum for communication and collaboration in order to enhance the quality of Christian education for our students. The Advisory Committee’s role is to enhance education and environment at WCA, serve as ambassadors for WCA, and provide input and feedback to school administration and the WCA Board of Directors. The Committee will assist in the development and implementation of strategy to sustain, grow, and assure the future of WCA.
Areas of focus for the BAC include school performance, school growth plans, enrichment, initiatives, curriculum, involvement, budget and finance, and endowment.
WCA maintains a dual accreditation through COGNIA and the National Christian School Association.
WCA shall not discriminate against any person based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, or age.