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Sam Chapman

Sam Chapman

This school has helped shape who I am in Christ today. It’s given me knowledge in knowing who Christ is, and how I can serve him. I think a big thing moving forward that I strive to work on is serving. I plan to serve and spread the news of the gospel and be an image that God can truly do miracles.

Sam ChapmanWCCS Class of 2021
College / University After Graduating from WCCS:

Trevecca Nazarine University

Q&A with Sam

What grades did you attend WCCS?

Preschool – 12th Grade

What is your intended field of study at Trevecca Nazarine University?

I plan to major in Music Business and Minor in Communications.

How has learning in a Christian environment positively affected your education?

I think Christian environment is wonderful, it’s helped me improve the way I view the world. It also helps me to be able to ask questions about God and not wonder away from what the Bible has taught me.

Our mission at WCCS is “Educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ.” How do you believe your time here at WCCS prepared you for God’s unique purpose for your life? What are you future plans beyond college?

This school has helped shape who I am in Christ today. It’s given me knowledge in knowing who Christ is, and how I can serve him. I think a big thing moving forward that I strive to work on is serving. I plan to serve and spread the news of the gospel and be an image that God can truly do miracles.

What are you most thankful for when you consider your time at WCCS?

I am very thankful for the friends I’ve made along the way, and the teachers who have become a friend to me. I’ll never take for granted all the friends and memories I’ve made here.

Has there been a teacher at WCCS that has impacted your faith, education, or personal growth in a significant way? If you were to say thank you to this person, what would you say?

I think this year it has to be our newest teacher Mrs. Pettiway, she has helped me grow a lot in the faith and in myself. I remember that sometimes after school I would go with Micah, and we’d go and talk to her asking questions and growing with her. She would never shy away from deep questions, and if she didn’t know the answer, she would write it down and ask her pastor.

What is a special memory you never want to forget?

I think a memory I’ll never forget was for 3 years we’d always go into Mr. Thomas’ room and give him a big hug everyday. I’ll never forget that.