WCA April 2023 School Newsletter
In this season of rebirth, may you feel your faith renewed and your heart made new with the HOPE Christ brings at Easter.
WCA Teachers and staff are praying that your Easter will be bright with the hope and joy of our risen Savior.
Three Things Held Jesus To The Cross…
His love for us, His submission to God’s will, and our sins.
Western Christian Academy (WCA) And
College Of Biblical Studies (CBS)
Our dual credit program is designed to encourage students to complete their high school diploma while gaining college credits to put towards an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
A combined 87 years of Christian Education.
This partnership not only provides students with the opportunity to get a head start on their college education but also helps to reduce the overall cost of attending college.
By allowing students to earn both high school and college credits simultaneously, they are able to save time and money on their path to obtaining a higher education degree.
TO Learn More…Call 800-868-5839 or click on the Blue Button below.
WCA Congratulates Our March 2023
Join With Us To Celebrate Their Well-Earned
WCA April School Calendar
April 9 – Easter Sunday He is Risen!
April 10-14 – Easter Break School Holiday!
Are You Looking For WCA Class Rings
Or WCA School Swag? Don’t Delay!
graduation items, and so much more?
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School: Western Christian Academy
Meet The Carlson Family!
Zoe is a 2023 WCA Graduate! Way to go Zoe! We are so proud of YOU!
Her sister Savannah is following in her footsteps and is currently completing the 8th Grade and will soon be entering high school.
We are so thankful for families like the Carlson family who have chosen WCA as their choice for “excellence in education”.
Photo L-R: Lindsey Esau, her husband Sawyer (brother), Zoe, mom, Stacey Carlson, step-father, Scott Carlson, Savannah Carlson, Spencer Esau, (brother) and his wife, Sarah.
WCA Student Corner
WCA 2023 High School Graduate – Zoe Olivia Esau
Two of my favorite teachers were Mr. Christiansen and Mrs. Plotz. Both of them were always willing to take the extra time to help me when I was struggling. I always felt I could bother either of them as much as necessary and they gladly were always willing to help explain assignments in greater detail. My favorite subject was History. It was interesting for me to learn how we got where we are today! I enjoyed Bible because we can never know too much about God’s Word.
Some of my favorite hobbies are shopping with friends or spending time with my friends. Our family has participated in 4-H for many years by showing in the local livestock fairs. I have always enjoyed showing market lambs each year. This will be my final year showing sheep and I’m really looking forward to it! One of my most favorite things is being able to go to a weekly Saturday night Bible study at my grandparent’s house for food and fellowship!
Since graduating, I have gotten a full- time job at one of our large local banks as a bank teller. I really enjoy learning the ins and outs of the banking industry. In today’s world, it is an ever-changing field with something new going on every day. I love meeting new people and in my position I get to do some light traveling to different branches which I also enjoy. I’m not sure how long I will continue to work in this particular field. I just wanted to get some life experiences after graduation. I have always loved doing hair and makeup. In a year or two, I am considering going to cosmetology school.
I am excitedly awaiting the opportunities God has for me in this next chapter of my life.
We are so proud of both of you!
Thanks for choosing WCA!