The mission of WCS is to foster the academic, spiritual, personal, social and physical development of students from Christian families for effective service to our Lord.
Teachers engage students in hands-on activities, such as Robotics, to reinforce concepts introduced in the classroom.
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Although this is a non-school sponsored event, there are more than 100 high school and middle school students committed to participating in the Relay for Life Walk/Run taking place Friday night-Saturday morning on May 17-18. Survivor's lap: 6:000 PM and our keynote speaker: Karen Low will be speaking shortly after. See you there!
About our speaker: Karen Low and her late husband Frank were missionaries with New Tribes Mission for 21 years and raised three children in a jungle tribe where they served as church planters/Bible translators in Papua New Guinea. A few years after returning to put the kids in college Frank developed brain tumors and went home to be with the Lord in 2006. Karen now has 8 grandchildren and lives in Holliston where she continues teaching, writing, and speaking.
The Athletic Booster Club is sponsoring the annual Pancake Breakfast - 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.; adults $7, children/senior citizens $5, under 2 free.
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