WCA June 2022 School Newsletter
Student Enrollment Application.
Celebrating The Largest Graduating Class
In WCA History!
The Class Of 2022!!
Precious Moments With Friends
We Did It!
Left to Right,: Best friends & fellow 2022 WCA Graduates from Cedar Park TX:
Peyton McCarthy, Steven Barrick Jr., & Jack Pontious. (And on the far-right is Wyatt Prothro, a non-WCA homeschool friend and graduate.)
“Building Tomorrow’s Leaders with a Christian Worldview”
“Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you” Jeremiah 1:5.
“For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid,
which is Jesus Christ.” 1 Cor. 3:11
rejoice with! All WCA 2022 Seniors & Graduates are listed at the end of this group.
Please celebrate with us and pray for each of these young people as they
move forward into God’s awesome plan for their lives.
He will be jumping straight into the workforce and guiding hunters in the fall for Tangle Ridge Outfitters and continue to train and sell horses.
Brody has accepted a full ride scholarship to Bullride for the Weatherford College Rodeo Team in Texas. He will be studying Business and Welding. He will also be riding in the Pro Rodeo Circuit beginning in June.
Joseph’s future plans are to finish high school rodeo and make it to the Nationals this summer. Joe plans to enjoy his last summer before college, rodeoing, working and being around close family and friends. In August, Joe will be moving from Gillette, Wyoming to Stephenville Texas where he will attend Tarleton State University on academic and rodeo scholarships. Joe will be majoring in Construction Science and Management. Joseph hopes to return to family ranch in 4 years.
He will be attending Northwest Arkansas Community College.
Haiden will attend Gillette College where she will continue to rodeo and pursue a business degree.
Michaylan is planning to attend the University of Dubuque in the Fall of 2022 to major in Business Administration.
Tavy Jo Leno
I signed to further my education and rodeo career at University of Montana Western, in Dillon, Montana, with a full ride rodeo scholarship, where I will pursue a business degree, and go to Esthetician school. Western Christian Academy has been so good for me, and I have really enjoyed it all! Thank you guys!
From Rozet, WY. Ash has been a WCA student since her freshman year and graduated in 2022. She has accepted a scholarship to continue her education and rodeo at NMJC in Hobbs, New Mexico where she will pursue a degree in business with an emphasis in real estate, all while continuing to compete in the rodeo world.
She is going to attend College in New Mexico at New Mexico Junior College which is part of New Mexico State University, and will be rooming with Ashlyn Goven, who is also a 2022 WCA graduate.
She is going to attend North Dakota State University in Fargo, ND where she will be majoring in Business Management and her minor will be in Equine Science.
Christian is still in the process of choosing his school but his career goals are leaning towards becoming a police officer. Becoming an electrician also appeals to him so it will be exciting to see how God leads him.
My future plans are to get a good job to help finance a business that I want to start. To gain knowledge in different aspects of life and to be able to finance the necessities in life and to leave a legacy for my future family.
After graduating, Coy plans to do online classes through Eastern Wyoming College in Torrington on a rodeo scholarship and winter in Texas.
We are proud of him! At this point he is not sure what he’s doing yet. Ever since he’s been done with school, he’s been busy working for his dad and working with horses.
She will be attending Revival Today Bible Institute in Coraopolis, PA.
Noah plans to attend Citrus College in Glendora, California and also plans to play football there.
Callen works for his family’s rodeo company as a pickup man as well as manages their cattle feedlot. He will also pursue construction work building pole barns for Triple A Construction. He trains horses and cattle dogs and is a team roper in the rodeo arena as well. “I feel blessed to have found Western Christian Academy. My teachers were great and provided me the guidance I needed through High School.”
Morgan Grace Gillingham
Morgan’s plans for this next year is to focus on music and the GillyGirls’ Band with her 3 sisters. The GillyGirls Band consists of 2 sets of twins from the same family.
Savannah Joy Gillingham
Savannah is going to take a gap year while pursuing music with her 3 sisters in the GillyGirls Band, working, and serving at her church. The GillyGirls Band consists of 2 sets of twins from the same family.
William “Niko” Atessis
“Niko became an Eagle Scout in 2020. He’s going to UT Tyler to pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering.”
|I didn’t attend Western Christian Academy for long, but my experience was truly special. I had many worries coming into this program, but the supportive teachers and staff helped me every step of the way. WCA allowed me to sleep in, take longer lunches, and sometimes end my weeks early while still receiving a high-quality education. My favorite part of online school was the responsibility shift onto the student, which prepared me for college in ways I didn’t even recognize! I plan to attend a Christian college, Grace Christian University, for a history major this coming fall. Thank you, WCA, for everything! (His mother, Roxanna, and his step-dad, Don are in the picture.)|
During Steven’s time as a high schooler at WCA, he worked as an electrician’s helper. He learned many valuable skills that he has been able to apply in his daily life.
He has recently started his own power washing/handyman business and is looking forward to seeing where this new business venture takes him.
Hannah will be turning her focus this fall to intensively studying the Czech language. Her goal is to improve her language skills in order to attend university in Brno, CZ to become an English teacher.
She has already seen the impact that a good teacher can have on a child and really wants to continue to pursue that dream.
I am continuing at Bryan College, to get my bachelor’s degree in Bible Theology. I would like to continue my studies at Dallas Theological Seminary for a Master’s Degree in Apologetics.
After graduation, Zoe plans on attending cosmetology school. One day, she hopes to open her own beauty boutique.
I’m 20 years old and am a landscaper in Ohio right now, but am planning on getting an apprenticeship at an automotive shop and learning automotive mechanics via hands on learning. Maybe one day I will open my own mechanic shop and help others and maybe work with troubled youth in the area and help teach them a valuable skill to help them in life.