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WSCA: Christian High School

High school is a time of growth, curiosity, challenges, and preparation for life beyond school. As students continue to develop their God-given abilities and discern what they want to do after high school, West Shore Christian Academy provides a safe environment where they can learn, grow, and succeed. Our Christian high school in the Mechanicsburg area of Pennsylvania provides students with the knowledge and guidance they need to make decisions during these formative years.

Learn how the high school program at WSCA can challenge and prepare your student for Christ-centered living that impacts the world for Christ.

Preparing Students to Impact the World for Christ

An education at West Shore Christian Academy purposefully melds rigorous academics and unapologetic faith. We encourage students to perform to the best of their abilities, not just for themselves, but also for the glory of God. Small class sizes allow teachers to truly know students and personally encourage their intellectual and spiritual growth.

Group of WSCA Recent Graduates in cap and gown attireAs a college-preparatory school, we place a high value on providing each student with a strong foundation for higher education. In addition to our core classes, we offer advanced options including dual enrollment, AP classes, and online college courses. These opportunities allow students to earn college credits, it is not uncommon for our students to earn a semester’s worth of credits. Many of our graduates go on to attend highly competitive colleges and universities across the nation.

Besides the rigors of a Christ-centered education, our high school students enjoy ample opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. We provide a healthy dose of co-curricular activities, such as athletics and fine arts. This ensures that students discover their God-given gifts as they grow to become well-rounded individuals. Students also learn to be ambassadors for Christ during weekly chapel, spiritual development retreats, community outreach and service, and regular prayer with other students and teachers.

Our Students Serve the Community

NHS highway cleanupAt WSCA, our mission is to prepare students to be leaders in their communities and impact the world for Christ. To provide our students with opportunities for leadership and community service, we partner with numerous organizations both in our local community and abroad that allow students to participate in meaningful service projects.

We believe that learning to sacrifice time and talents is an integral part of a Christ-centered education. Serving others teaches students who they are and how they fit into the world around them. These concepts will help influence their decision-making skills as they form plans about college and careers.

Learn More about Our Christian High School near Mechanicsburg, PA

The high school program at WSCA represents the last step of your student’s personal and academic journey before adulthood. We take our charge to create an environment of learning, spiritual growth, leadership, and excellence very seriously. We hope you prayerfully consider partnering with us as we strive to help your student grow and thrive before embarking into the world.

If you have any questions, we invite you to contact us today or schedule a tour so that you and your child can experience the WSCA culture first-hand. For those ready to move forward, you can apply online and a member of our team will contact you as soon as possible. A world of possibility awaits at WSCA.

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.

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