The mission of Whitinsville Christian School (WCS) is to nurture the academic, spiritual, personal, social, creative and physical development of students, in cooperation with their parents, for Christ-like service in God’s world.
Founded in 1928, Whitinsville Christian School is a distinctively Christian school with the Bible, the Word of God, as its foundation. WCS has a 40 acre campus, which includes a new state-of-the-art performing arts center and athletic building, library media center, cross country trail, gymnasium, two soccer fields, a softball field, six tennis courts, and an outdoor track. Graduates meet and exceed the requirements set forth by the Massachusetts Department of Education.
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.
WCHS is an academically challenging high school that encourages your child to also explore and excel in non-academic arenas. Our sports, music, visual arts, drama, service and special interest clubs give students many avenues to develop their whole person in a distinctively Christian way.
WCHS offers a full academic curriculum including Bible, business, computer science, English, history, math, science (biology, chemistry, and physics), social studies, art, music, physical education, honors level and Advanced Placement® courses. Opportunities to participate in additional AP® and elective classes are available through our partnership with The VHS Collaborative.
In addition to the academic requirements for graduation, high school students must participate in a service program each year. WCHS 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.
Students at Whitinsville Christian School are encouraged to develop their physical gifts through a wide variety of competitive athletic opportunities. We believe that every aspect of life, including physical expression through athletics matters to God. Godly men and women serving as our coaches challenge our student-athletes to use their God-given athletic gifts while teaching them the value of teamwork, commitment, dedication, perseverance, and leadership.
Student Activities and Clubs