A student ambassador serves as an official student representative to adults and students who are seeking information about our school community. Participants should enjoy meeting new people and engaging in positive conversation about WCS. Good communication skills and manners are highly valued in this leadership position. Ambassadors should have a general knowledge of all facets of the school including spiritual life, academics, and co-curricular activities. Ambassadors participate in events such as open houses, New Student Orientation, Homecoming, and Shadow Days.
High school students, under the direction of the Spiritual Formation Director, lead small groups of middle school students in discussion about how their faith is lived out in the world.
These students serve as role models and should demonstrate leadership ability, relational skills, Christ-like Character, and have a heart for service. Other desirable qualities include honesty, caring, morally upright, maturity, and responsibility.
They are leaders with a cooperative spirit and, most of all, a servant’s heart.