At West Shore Christian Academy, we are first and foremost a school that seeks to put God at the center of all we do.
Without God at the center of all we do, we will lose ultimate meaning very quickly. When we think about what happens in math class, on the soccer field, in our Christmas concerts, and at our art show, we are forced to realize God is the only one who brings meaning to all these pursuits. God as our Creator defines our reality. He defines what is right, just, and true. His commands alone are the guide in our quest for knowledge.
At WSCA 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 that feed and develop their talents and gifts.
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.
We pray that our students find God at the center of the beginning, the middle, and the end of this and every school year.
To God Be the Glory Alone,
Paul M. Beardmore, M.A. History
Middle School and High School Principal
About Paul Beardmore
Paul M. Beardmore, M.A. History Shippensburg University, came to West Shore Christian Academy as a history teacher in 2015 after teaching history and economics at Cumberland Valley High School for seven years. Paul stepped into the role of Middle School and High School Principal in 2017.
Besides his role as principal, Paul is an adjunct professor in Shippensburg University’s History and Philosophy Department and serves on the Deacon Board at his church. Paul and his wife Rebecca are both proud members of WSCA’s Class of 2004.