STATE OF THE SCHOOL 2021

STATE OF THE SCHOOL 2021

Head of School Troy McIntosh delivers this year’s “State of the School” address In what he describes as the “most unique year of school history,” Head of School Troy McIntosh delivers his eighth and final “State of the School” address. This year, WC has had tremendous challenges, changes, successes,

TEACHER TUESDAY: NATALIE MINCH

TEACHER TUESDAY: NATALIE MINCH

Natalie Minch graduated from Worthington Christian in 2006, and returned to teach first grade in 2013. This year, she transitioned to serving as the Lower School librarian.How would you describe your teaching style? “I love to create an atmosphere where students desire to ask questions and know more

SUMMER CAMPS 2021 | REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

SUMMER CAMPS 2021 | REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registration is now open for WC summer camps. PLEASE NOTE: MANY CAMPS ARE OFFERED DURING THE SAME WEEK AT THE SAME TIME. PLEASE LOOK AT DATES AND TIMES BEFORE REGISTERING FOR MORE THAN ONE CAMP. Camps are open to WC and non-WC students, so bring a friend!Click the camp of interest to learn more and

WC BUSINESS STUDENTS LAUNCH WARRIOR CAFE

WC BUSINESS STUDENTS LAUNCH WARRIOR CAFE

Months of planning and preparation pay off as a new elective course brings school business idea to life WC business teacher Nick Johnson’s newest elective course offering began much like any successful business–with a simple, good idea. This particular idea came to him first when he was a teacher at

TEACHER TUESDAY: NICK JOHNSON

TEACHER TUESDAY: NICK JOHNSON

Nick Johnson joined WC’s faculty in 2018. He currently teaches Business and Entrepreneurial Incubator.How would you describe your teaching style? “I try and make my classes as relevant, realistic, and hands-on as possible for the students. use a lot of real-world examples and stories from my own lif

APRIL 21 IS FAMILY NIGHT AT CITY BARBEQUE

APRIL 21 IS FAMILY NIGHT AT CITY BARBEQUE

Want a night off from cooking with a sit-down or carry-out meal from City Barbeque? On Wednesday, April 21, the Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) is partnering with City Barbeque to bring you WC Family Night. Stop by the City Barbeque at 1501 Gemini Place between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. for lunch, dinner,

TEACHER TUESDAY: DENYSE SMITH

TEACHER TUESDAY: DENYSE SMITH

Denyse Smith is a Kindergarten teacher at Worthington Christian and has been on WC’s faculty since 2008.How would you describe your teaching style? “I like to say every day is a great day in Kindergarten! It is my joy to daily encourage academic skills but also sprinkle in the love of Christ. Childr

LEADING WITH KINDNESS AND HOPE

LEADING WITH KINDNESS AND HOPE

Dr. Buzz Inboden set to retire after 27 years of service at WC Widely known as “Dr. Buzz,” Dr. Scott Inboden has been a part of Worthington Christian School since 1994 serving in a variety of roles. He began his tenure at WC teaching Bible class to ninth-graders in 1994 in a part-time capacity while

ON THE DEFENSIVE

ON THE DEFENSIVE

Defense powers Worthington Christian into a state semifinal for the first time since the 2007-08 season When the Worthington Christian boys basketball team faces Cincinnati Taft in a Division III state semifinal March 19 at University of Dayton Arena, it will mark the third time coach Kevin Weakley

FINAL FOUR TO BE LIVESTREAMED

FINAL FOUR TO BE LIVESTREAMED

OHSAA to broadcast games from the University of Dayton This past weekend, the boys basketball punched their ticket to the Final Four beating Proctorville Fairland on Saturday 50-28. This is the Warriors’ fifth appearance in the Final Four, winning it all in 1999 with the legendary coach Ray Slagle a

SHOW YOUR SPIRIT: GET YOUR FINAL FOUR GEAR

SHOW YOUR SPIRIT: GET YOUR FINAL FOUR GEAR

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share via EmailThe boys basketball team punched their ticket for the OHSAA D3 Final Four on Saturday night beating Fairland 50-28. Be a part of the Warriors history-making run by getting your Final Four gear.Only 48-Hours to Get Your Final Four A

STROKES OF INSPIRATION

STROKES OF INSPIRATION

Four WC seniors express themselves through advanced art course Advanced Placement Art is one of WC’s many “AP” offerings for students in the Upper School. An entity of the College Board, Advanced Placement classes provide high school students the opportunity to engage in college-level work and offer

TEACHER TUESDAY: EMILY SOLINGER

TEACHER TUESDAY: EMILY SOLINGER

Emily Solinger teaches seventh and eighth grade English at WC’s Upper School. She’s been a faculty member at WC since 2019.How would you describe your teaching style? “My teaching style reflects my desire for students to become better communicators! I prioritize communicating via written and spoken

CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF AL ITEN

CELEBRATING THE LIFE OF AL ITEN

On Thursday, March 4, 2021, Worthington Christian School’s students and faculty from grades nine through 12 hosted a service of thanksgiving to honor the life of beloved teacher Al Iten, who passed away on January 21, 2021. It was a beautiful celebration of this teacher, friend, and mentor who is so

FAMILY NIGHT AT TURNBERRY GOLF COURSE

FAMILY NIGHT AT TURNBERRY GOLF COURSE

A fun-filled evening for families with children of all ages Spring is rapidly approaching and it’s time to get outdoors. PGA Director of Golf Scott Jones, an alumni parent and 1987 WC graduate, along with WC’s boys golf coach, Tom Burns, have teamed up to host WC Family Night at Turnberry Golf Cours

AMAZONSMILE KICKS BACK $235 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER

AMAZONSMILE KICKS BACK $235 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER

Thank you WC families for making your online shopping purchases through AmazonSmile and supporting our annual fund. In the fourth quarter of 2020, WC received a check for $235.AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support WC every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smi

HEAD OF SCHOOL MESSAGE: BOOKS THAT SHAPED ME

HEAD OF SCHOOL MESSAGE: BOOKS THAT SHAPED ME

Troy McIntosh reflects on five books that have had the greatest impact on him Someone recently asked me which books have been most influential in my life. I suppose that any person who has read even a small amount over their lives could point to a title or two that changed how they think, inspired [

TEACHER TUESDAY: DAVID O’ROARK

TEACHER TUESDAY: DAVID O’ROARK

Since 2001, David O’Roark has served as director of WC’s robust theatre arts program. He currently teaches Beginning Acting and Theatre classes at the Upper School.How would you describe your teaching style? “I have a unique teaching experience. Typically, the theatre class gets to be very active. W

WC THEATRE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS ‘LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS’ MARCH 5

WC THEATRE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS ‘LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS’ MARCH 5

Mark your calendars! The Worthington Christian Theatre Department will live stream their winter play Little Shop of HorrorsFriday, March 5 at 7 p.m.Little Shop of Horrors is a morality tale that asks us what we are willing to give up in order to gain the “good thing” in life. Seymour finds a new kin

TEACHER TUESDAY: KIMBERLY PEREZ

TEACHER TUESDAY: KIMBERLY PEREZ

Kimberly Perez has been a teacher at Worthington Christian School since 2006. She currently teaches fifth-grade language arts.How would you describe your teaching style? “Building relationships with my students is so important to me. I also try to have a lot of fun with my students. I have been know

CLEARING THEIR OWN PATH

CLEARING THEIR OWN PATH

New research program provides incredible opportunities for WC students If you ask Worthington Christian senior Rena So what field she is interested in pursuing after graduation, her collected, nonchalant answer might catch you off-guard: tissue engineering. She and classmate Josh Jeyandran have been

LUCILLE’S LEGACY: CULTIVATING A COMMUNITY OF LIFELONG LEARNERS

LUCILLE’S LEGACY: CULTIVATING A COMMUNITY OF LIFELONG LEARNERS

New endowment fund honors a family legacy, invests in ongoing education for WC faculty members It’s been said before, but it bears repeating: Worthington Christian’s teachers are the lifeblood of the school. One of WC’s six core values is “recruiting and developing an outstanding faculty.” One way t

KROGER SHOPPER’S CARD KICKS BACK $1736 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER

KROGER SHOPPER’S CARD KICKS BACK $1736 IN THE FOURTH QUARTER

Thank you WC families for linking your Kroger card to WC and supporting our annual fund. In the fourth quarter of 2020, with 261 households linked to WC, the school received a check for $1736. Indeed a blessing to the entire student body, but can we do more? With the holiday season upon us, please m

TEACHER TUESDAY: HANNAH BARD

TEACHER TUESDAY: HANNAH BARD

Hannah Bard is one of WC’s third-grade teachers, and has been a member of the faculty since 2018. She is also the girls golf coach.How would you describe your teaching style? “My teaching style is very relational. In my classroom, it is important for me to treat students like they are people. The mo