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Welcome to WCA

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The vision of Wilmington Christian Academy is to 

lay a foundation for your child’s lifelong learning by preparing students for the “So what?” and “Who cares?” questions that define our lives.

As teachers and staff, our desire is that our students find beauty and goodness in well written and meaningful books, learn the sciences to serve humankind’s experience on God’s earth, and find creativity and

personal satisfaction in the arts.

We want our students to read deeply,

think critically, and write clearly.

 

Greg Oliver,
Administrator

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Our Prayer For Anti-Bullying

Bullying will not be tolerated in our community.

Bullying is contrary to WCA policy & Ohio State law.

"Lord Help us to see every person as made in your image and likeness. May we always remember that many suffer because of mean words. Help us to remember that when we hurt another with our words or actions, we are hurting you, Lord. You love every person with all your heart. May we always use our voice to show your love and your kindness. We ask this in your name."

 

Click here to view our full Harassment, Intimidation, Bullying Policy.

You're invited to visit
Wilmington Christian Academy...

If you haven't already, we invite you to make an appointment to schedule a tour of our campus. 

You may also call admissions at (937) 283-6683 for an appointment. We look forward to meeting you and learning more about your student.

Mission Statement 

       Wilmington Christian Academy, in partnership with the student’s family, aims to provide academic excellence with a Christian foundation to cultivate mature disciples of Jesus Christ.

Educational Philosophy 

       Wilmington Christian Academy represents a partnership among the students, parents, faculty, administration, and staff. These partners are united in their commitment to the common objectives outlined in the Mission Statement. Students and parents respect Wilmington Christian Academy’s teachers, as role models and instructors, for their commitment to truth and their genuine concern for children. Intelligence, creativity, responsibility and loyalty are characteristics of the faculty.

       Parents expect and appreciate direct and regular communication from faculty regarding their children. Reciprocally, parents are responsive to suggestions from teachers and administrators for helping students.

       The administrators, under the authority of the Wilmington Christian Academy board, oversee the implementation of the Mission Statement in the school. In their capacities as policy-makers and community leaders, these administrators advance the Academy’s role as an institution dedicated to providing the best education for children.

       Wilmington Christian Academy recognizes each child as an individual who, by virtue of his humanity, is in community with all the other children in the Academy, regardless of age. By providing moral and ethical standards, the Academy prepares its students to accept the privileges and responsibilities of American citizenship and to honor and respect their Maker. Every child is capable of achieving his potential to the fullest extent when afforded respect, fairness, kindness, discipline and appropriate instruction.