Academics at West Shore Christian Academy


West Shore Christian Academy’s preschool program partners with parents in their young child’s early Christian training by incorporating hands-on learning activities designed to foster social, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual growth in each student. We offer programming for three and four-year-olds. Children must be potty-trained to attend either program.

elementary students sitting at a table reading a book


At WSCA, we recognize that by providing our students with a strong academic foundation and equipping them with Biblical discernment, we are investing in our future. Our mission is to educate students who will impact the world through a Christian worldview. We accomplish this by addressing the social, academic, and spiritual needs of every student.

middle school

Outside of the classroom, students interact with the community through various sports programs, academic competitions, and outreach ministries. It is our hope that by challenging students to develop their spiritual gifts they will develop a foundation for Christ-centered living.

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girls group photo outside

high school

Our Upper School division includes students in the 6th – 12th grade levels. We offer a challenging curriculum, including classes for college prep, honors’ and advanced placement students. In addition, students can choose from an array of elective offerings, including chorus, band, yearbook, video production, website design, creative writing, and many others.

WSCA School Closure Announcement

Out of an abundance of caution, West Shore Christian Academy is following other local school districts’ decision to close beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27, 2020. We will plan to resume school on Monday, March 30, 2020. It is important to note that, at this time, WSCA does not have any confirmed cases of COVID-19.

During this closure, we will be implementing a distant learning plan in an attempt to redeem instructional time so we can continue to fulfill state instructional hour requirements. As we communicated last night, next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (March 16-19) will be vacation days for the students as faculty and staff report for in-service to begin implementing our distant learning plan. More information will be sent via email early next week to explain student, teacher, and parent expectations for schoolwork during the closure.

Please read for more information below.