Summer 2015 AP and Honors WorkMost summer work is due Friday, August 21. Some teachers may have a different due date. Check the instructions carefully. Late work is not accepted.
Accounting IAccounting IIAlgebra IIAP Calculus ABAP English Literature & CompositionAP Government & PoliticsBiologyContemporary Literature or British LiteratureEcologyEnglish 9English 10 & World LitEnglish 11Spanish ISpanish II - Go to classroom.google.com, log in with your whitinsvillechristian.org account, and enter the code: q31uvv0. Complete the assignment listed there, create a 50 word Spanish vocabulary list.Spanish III - Go to classroom.google.com, log in with your whitinsvillechristian.org account, and enter the code: aasru09.Spanish IV - Go to classroom.google.com, log in with your whitinsvillechristian.org account, and enter the code: zg4agw.
High School Profile 2014-2015
CEEB number: 222-392Number of students: 185Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:8
Students and Parents Guidebook: Guides students and parents to understanding policies at WCS.
Student Life DirectoryWCS 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.
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