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  • New Student Orientation

    Smiling faces! These represent just a few of the friendships forged by the incoming students who attended the "New Student Orientation Picnic" in August.


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  • Relay for Life

    Tori and Katie, beaming with excitement during first student-coordinated “Relay for Life” cancer walk. More than 125 members of WCS and the community participated.

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  • Fine Arts Night

    Rachel and Juli, singing a duet at “Fine Arts Night."  Every Spring WCHS has a visiting artist participate in a night of entertainment, fun and appreciation of all the fine arts at WCHS.

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  • Sweet Fellowship!

    Seniors Gwyn, Sara, and Kathryn enjoy fun and fellowship at our annual "High School Picnic” sponsored by the Student Council.

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  • Academic Excellence

    High school students are challenged by a diverse and rigorous curriculum.  Students from WCHS are accepted at major colleges and universities throughout the United States.

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  • Close-Knit Community

    WCHS is a community of lifelong learners. Teachers, students, and staff work together to build lasting friendships and relationships.

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  • Celebrating Accomplishment

    Parents and classmates surround three senior baseball players at our annual “Senior Game." WCHS has a tremendous fan following at all its sporting events.

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  • Raising Leaders

    One of the highest honors our high school students can achieve is induction into the John Bajema Chapter of the National Honor Society.  

    The purpose of this organization is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.

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High School, 9-12

High School Profile 2013-2014

CEEB number:  222-392
Number of students:  185
Teacher/Student Ratio:  1:8

Students and Parents Guidebook: Guides students and parents to understanding policies at WCS.

Student Life Directory

WCS is an academically challenging high school that supports and encourages your child to stretch, explore and excel in many non-academic arenas as well. Our programs in sports, music, visual arts, drama, and our service and special interest clubs, give students many avenues to develop their whole person in a distinctively Christian way.  The Student Life Directory gives you a glimpse into what is available.

Whitinsville Christian High School is a four-year comprehensive program working closely with the home and church to prepare students for further education and work experiences. WCS offers a full academic curriculum at the high school level including Bible, business, computer science, English, history, math, science (biology, chemistry, and physics), social studies, art, music, and physical education.  Honors and AP® courses are taught.  Internet access is provided in the classrooms, library, computer lab, and in the Guidance Suite.  Opportunities to participate in additional AP® and elective classes are available through our partnership with The VHS Collaborative.  In addition to academic requirements for graduation, high school students must participate in a service program each year. WCS graduates are accepted to a wide range of top-level colleges and universities, both Christian and secular. More than 90% of our students go on to earn college degrees.

Convocation For 2012-2013

New Student Orientation

Middle School Retreat - 2013

Robotics 663 Competition