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2018/2019 Open House

Friday, August 10th

Pre K3 & K4

Option 1                                                Option 2

4:30pm to 5:15pm                            6:00pm to 6:45pm


Option 1                                                  Option 2

4:30pm to 5:15pm                                   6:00pm to 6:45pm

 *All classroom  sessions begin promptly at appointed time….please be on time so as not to interrupt the presentation.* 

Bring class supplies at this time if you can.


4:30pm to 7:00pm Rotation

Required orientation for all new secondary parents & students in Esposito Hall.  This  includes all incoming 7th graders

as well as 7th - 12th grade students who are new to our school.

Option 1                                              Option 2

4:00pm to 4:30pm                                     6:00pm to 6:30pm

Secondary students please pick up your schedules in your Bible classrooms before visiting the remainder of your classes.

7th Grade Mr. Woodring  (Classroom F)

8th Grade Mrs. Blakemore (Classroom H)

9th Grade Ms. Britt (Classroom E)

10th Grade Mr. Bellinni (Classroom SL)

11th Grade Mrs. Walton (Classroom A)

12th Grade Mrs. Burkhart (Classroom G)

Spirit 3  Spirit 5

Spirit 1  Spirit Week 3

Spirit 4  spirit 2

The Bear Crossing

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The Bear Crossing August 2018

Preparing Students for the World

             The world is extremely complex, and whether it is simply perception or reality, today’s students have much to contend with. Our nation’s spiritual and moral foundation was once rooted in Biblical truth, but today our culture is made up of a mix of conflicting ideas. Technology has both connected and isolated us. It has brought about significant improvements in some  areas of life, while also competing to consume as much of our attention as possible. We feel that there is so much to fear in the world around us. It seems that our kids are less safe and the world is   increasingly hostile. There are a societal wrongs and destructive mindsets that find their way into our lives, and yet at the same time we fight to allow our kids to maintain the level of childlike innocence that they deserve.

We want them to be prepared. We want them to have the spiritual and moral foundation that will serve them for their entire lives. We want them to have the poise to speak and live with intelligence, grace, and courage. We want them to redeem the brokenness they see around them; to learn to embrace failures as part of the path to success.

As a new school year begins, I pray that our hearts stay tuned to God’s leading, and that our students learn to apply the wisdom of God’s truth to every facet of life. As we work hand-in-hand, I pray that our students grow in their faith, character, knowledge, and wisdom. When Jesus was very young, the Bible says that He “grew and became strong; he was filled with wisdom, and the grace of God was on him” (Luke 2:40). And then as Jesus entered his teenage years we read that “Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man” (Luke 2:52). This is my prayer for your children. This is the desire of our entire school for our students.

Before the school year officially kicks off, there are several improvements that we have been able to make to better serve you and your children that I am excited to share with you:

  • ·We have partnered with Stealth Security to provide armed security on campus for the coming school year. Student safety is extremely important, and this will certainly assist us in keeping your children safe. We are also receiving a major upgrade to our camera system.
  • ·Our Library and Computer Lab have been upgraded with new Chromebooks and learning programs in order to provide the best value to students and keep them learning relevant skills.
  • ·MySchoolWorx has released their first mobile app. This should make communication with your child’s teacher easier than ever. You can find out more by visiting the MySchoolWorx website.

We also have some new staff, as well as some existing staff who are taking on new responsibilities. I am excited for you to get to meet them. Each of them is a wonderful addition to our school.

  • ·Mrs. Atkinson will be stepping into a new role as our Marketing and Admissions Coordinator.
  • ·Taking Mrs. Atkinson’s place in 5th grade in Mrs. Sara Cleveland.
  • ·Mrs. Karen Garvin is our new Learning Center Coordinator.
  • ·Mr. Fernando Correa is going to be our official Chapel Coordinator for K3-12th grade.

You will get to learn more about all of these new folks soon, but in the meantime, enjoy the last weeks of summer. We will see you at Open House on August 10th.

In His Service & Yours,

David W. Hand II


From Our Parents. . .

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1st Grade

We made the decision to put our girls in school too. I tried putting them in last year and it was not what we were wanting so last Christmas we took Lacy ( my oldest out of public). We enjoyed it, but still felt like I couldn't get everything thing done. I just didn't feel peace about any of it. So we prayed for a long time. I started visiting a few schools near my new home and still didn't feel right about it. Then we found a school that values God above all else. It has a classical feel which was amazing! The principal prayed with me! I knew this was where God wanted my girls! We also had no idea how we would pay for it but God provided!! Two days in and the Girls love there wonderful God loving teachers!! - Bobbi Winters

High School News

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Juniors & Seniors:  There are only two SAT and three ACT testing dates remaining for the 2017/2018 school year!    If you haven't signed up for these, you need to do so.  Remember they have deadlines for registering.

Juniors - remember you need to take both before the year ends. 

Seniors:  You will need to fill out your FAFSA & FFAA (Bright Futures) before graduation.  The sooner you do this the better your chance for scholarships & grants.

Up Coming Dates:

Juniors & Seniors: 

            Highlights from our 1st annual WHCS College Fair

Thank you to Florida Southern, Johnson University Florida, Trinity Baptist College, and Trinity College for helping to make our college fair a success!

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We are now able to process debit/credit cards for payments. If you’d like to use this form of payment to pay for tuition, lunches, field trips, etc..., you’ll need to call the office and speak with Mrs. Gordon. She can take your information and process your payment(s).

**Please note that there is a 2% transaction fee.**