WCA April Newsletter

Western Christian Academy Teachers & Staff want to thank you for enabling us to come alongside of you and your family.

We are blessed and honored to assist your family by providing a quality academic program presented from a Christian worldview, through individualized instruction and affordability.


“Jesus said to her, “I and the Resurrection and the life. He who believes in me, will live, even though he dies, and whoever lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?” John 11:25,26

Congratulations WCA April 2020 Graduates!

Will you be NEXT?

High School Graduates
Dylan Counts

8th Grade Graduates
Madison Guidry, Josiah Soetomo, Samuel Mehari

Kindergarten Graduates
Bedros Gulezian, Brayden McDonald

Christ is our Hope!
Stay tuned in to the living Word, the One who is always the same.

WCA 2020-2021 Enrollment Continues

With COVID-19 on the minds of many people, WCA is continuing as it always has, being prepared by the approach we take in education. All teachers and staff continue with no interruptions. We want to let you know that enrollment is still open.

Check us out at https://westernchristianacademy.com/

Our office is open Mon-Fri 8-4 PST.

Let’s chat! Just call:

800-868-5839 or 559-475-8553


WCA is EMPOWERING every student academically and spiritually,

by providing excellence in education, presented through a biblical worldview!


We have what you are looking for!

WCA Teachers and Staff appreciate the opportunity to work with you in providing an exceptional and personalized academic program. Providing the right educational program is paramount to helping your student maximize his/her academic potential.

Check us out at: https://westernchristianacademy.com.

Important Upcoming Events

APRIL 1 to MAY 8 – WCA Standardized Testing – Extended!

APRIL 12 – EASTER SUNDAY – He is Risen!

APRIL 13 to 17 – EASTER BREAK – No School

WCA Offers Multiple Child Tuition Discounts PLUS Full Time 1st Responder, Military & Minister Discounts!


NOTE: In the interest of our families, the online WCA standardized testing window is available all year except July/August.

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The Principal’s Corner

What to do, when you don’t know what to do

Part 1

Don’t Panic!!! Listen to God’s instruction above man’s news. Stay tuned to next month’s edition.

“After this the Moabites and Ammonites, and with them some of the Meunites, came against Jehoshaphat for battle. …..Then Jehoshaphat was afraid and set his face to seek the LORD, and proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah.” II Chronicles 20:1, 3

We have all experienced fear. Then like a whirlwind we are asked to make urgent critical choices for our families based on man’s information.

When we read II Chronicles 20, we find Jehoshaphat has just been with this kind of news. As the king, he
had the burden of the entire nation’s safety.

1. He SET himself to seek the Lord. “Then Jehoshaphat was afraid and set his face to seek the LORD, vs 3

In this verse the word set means to devote, consecrate, or commit. He made a choice in this trial to commit to the LORD.

2. He FASTED. “and proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah vs. 3

Fasting is a process whereby we empty ourselves of “me, myself, & I” in order to be filled with God. It is intentional. Most of the time when we think of fasting it is keeping yourself from eating for devoting your total attention to prayer, (The Jewish fasts are observed with various degrees of strictness. Sometimes, there was entire abstinence from food. Est_4:16, etc. On other occasions, there appears to have been only a restriction to a very plain diet. Dan_10:3.) but if that is not possible because of health problems you can fast from other things or have a half day fast.

3. He GATHERED with others and ASKED HELP of the Lord “And Judah assembled to seek help from the LORD; from all the cities of Judah they came to seek the LORD.” vs. 4 “Meanwhile all Judah stood before the LORD, with their little ones, their wives, and their children.” vs. 13

It is so important during trials that we face right now to have other Christians there to help and encourage. Ask others to pray with you and for all those faced with trials. Share the burden first with your family and then your church family. One of the biggest blessings the Lord gives through the local church is the bearing of one another’s burdens. “Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others.” (Phil. 2:4) and “Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” (Gal 6:2)

What Graduates are saying…”Christian Antonio” WCA Graduate

As a student of Western Christian Academy, I received an excellent education. Alongside my core classes, I learned more about my relationship with God as well as a great deal of information that would help me to be successful in my future.

Having been a student of Western Christian Academy since the fourth grade and as I prepare to move on to the next chapter of my life, I cannot help but look back at the teachers and classes which helped me to get this far. My teachers were always available to provide support and tutoring whenever I had needed it. My classes challenged me, but I never felt that I would be unable to complete them. Alongside my core classes, I learned how to manage my finances and how to work with the technology that would be an important part of my day-to-day life in the future.

Because of the education I received from Western Christian Academy, I received a high score of twenty-six on my first attempt at the ACT. As I prepare to enter university, I cannot help but feel blessed for the opportunity I was given to study at Western Christian Academy.