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    Sep 25

    Parenting a Lion

    WSCS Parents, you are invited to join our Head Master and Administration for an encouraging nig... Read More

    Sep 27

    "See You at the Pole" (K-12)

    Students please join us for prayer at the flag pole. ... Read More

    Sep 28

    K-5 Chapel

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    EARLY LEARNING CENTER: We still have select openings for students, please click our admissions tab to learn more. ELC pictures are scheduled for Friday, September 15th. Come be part of our curriculum night on Tuesday, September 19th at 5:30 PM.

    LOWER SCHOOL (K-5): Congratulations on surpassing our summer reading goal. Our K-5 students read over 30,000 pages this summer. Thank you grandparents for joining us for grandparents day! Don't forget picture day is Thursday, September 14th for lower school students.

    UPPER SCHOOL (6-12): We hope to see many families at our back to school night tomorrow night. We will begin in the chapel at 7:00PM. Thank you upper school students for your generosity as we pray, encourage, and give to victims of the recent hurricanes. Lastly, don't for...

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    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    Congratulations, Class of 2017!

    The Lions Blog

    Failures Should Lead to Questions

    I have spent some time reading about questions lately. When engaging a problem, it is important to address questions rather than statements. Questions will stimulate conversation and opened ended discussion that will facilitate learning. Statements are definitive, and often stop the thinking process and the problem solving progression. Lower School students ask questions naturally, as we get older we often transition to statements. If you had the opportunity to attend the Science Extravaganza, hopefully you were able to visit our new MakerSpace in the high school building. Students and parents alike were challenged with task of deli... continue reading