Western Christian Academy is dedicated to assisting families, by providing quality academic programs, from a Christian worldview, through individualized instruction and affordability.
JANUARY 2020 WCA Newsletter
Western Christian Academy
Teachers & Staff
... want to thank you for enabling us to come along side 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.
NOTE FROM A WCA PARENT
We feel so blessed to have our daughter be a part of such a wonderful school. Her grades have really improved immensely in just the short time she has been with WCA. I am so glad we made the decision to home school and especially glad that we learned about WCA. You guys are AWESOME
“Western Christian Academy is a school that is Christ-centered and focused on excellence. The staff at Western Christian Academy was unbelievable. They cared so much about me learning the Word of God and applying it to my life, they took one-on-one time with me when I needed it. This school was a life-saver for me!”
-B. Barker (WCA Graduate)
Congratulations WCA Graduates!
Middle School Graduates:
- Wade Musico
- Xavier Layman
- Jade Eberly
High School Graduates:
- Gabrielle Pastore
- David Brevard
Students are graduating every month at WCA. Many of you are still finishing.
Will YOU be listed here next month?
Meet the Staff Corner WCA STAFF MEMBER
My name is Paula Plotz. I was born and raised in Minnesota. My husband, Terry, and I met at college in Bemidji, MN. This is a small town in northern MN. Yes, I understand what cold weather is all about. Terry and I have 4 grown and married children. We have 11 grandchildren which live all over the world. Many of our vacations are spent visiting our children and grandchildren (Ireland, Honduras, Alaska, and Oregon). For the past 18 years we have lived on the beautiful Oregon Coast. My husband is the pastor of a local church and I have taught in the public school. Last year I taught at a small Christian school. I received my Bachelor’s in Education from Bemidji State University and later my Master’s degree from Liberty University. I have always been a “word nerd” so this job of teaching English is right in my wheelhouse. My hobbies: Hmm. I have spent so much of my time and energy raising our children and teaching that I now need to discover some new interests. I love to read and would love to take up quilting. I understand the sacrifices and struggles of homeschooling. We homeschooled for many years. Each child’s needs require different forms of education. Our children are all doing well and are making a difference in their part of the world. Hang in there, parents. It is all worth it!!