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The Hoover Family

Micah (1st) Lucy (3k) Lincoln (1’s)

We love that the teachers are so caring, and excellent communicators. We have high trust in the teachers, and administration. We know our kiddos are well take care of while they are at school.

Hoover FamilyWCCS Family
How long has your family been a part of our school?

Two years.

Why did you choose WCCS for your child?

We chose WCCS for the Christian education, leadership, and class size!

What do you love most about WCCS?

We love that the teachers are so caring, and excellent communicators. We have high trust in the teachers, and administration. We know our kiddos are well take care of while they are at school.

What is one word that describes our school? Tell us why you chose that word.
Care. They care about our kids, the cultivate healthy relationships with our kids, and want to see them succeed. The staff is warm, nurturing, and… you guessed it, caring.
Describe one of your favorite teachers and the impact that this person has had in your student’s life – or perhaps a specific example of a way this teacher has cared for your student in a special way.

One of our children can have some “high highs and low lows” – her teachers have been able to challenge her, lovingly, and we’ve seen such growth, academically and socially this year with our kiddo!

How is WCCS preparing your child for God’s call on their lives, including hopes, plans, and dreams for college, career, and/or community?

With 3 young ones, it can be hard to say! But the foundational teaching of the Bible, social skills, and nurturing relationship are three key tools to help our children develop.

What would you tell another parent to encourage them to consider enrolling their child at WCCS?

WCCS isn’t for everyone, parents need to do what’s best for their family. As a pastor I’ll be direct and honest that we love WCCS for the reason stated above. But each kid is different, so is each family. If you’re unsure about schooling options, at least reach out to the enrollment office. They’re really helpful, and honest. It is a great place for children to grow and learn academically, socially and spiritually.