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    Dec 9

    Parents Night Out - Shop til You Drop

    Parents with children ages 2 years to 5th grade can sign up to receive child care so you can ge... Read More

    Dec 15

    Christmas Worship

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    EARLY LEARNING CENTER: The ELC will be closing at 3:00pm on November 23rd to allow families to travel for Thanksgiving. The campus will be closed on the 24th and 25th.

    LOWER SCHOOL (K-5): Our annual K-12 Veterans Day Chapel is on Thursday, Nobvember 10th. Please invite veterans you know to join us from 10:00-11:00am in the WSFirst auditorium for a time of student presentations, followed by a special message from Vietnam veteran, Mike Mabe.

    UPPER SCHOOL (6-12): House Wars is this week, and rules for "The Hunt for the Lion" can be found at House Wars 2016 under Campus Life.  

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    WSCS upper school students visit historical sites in Boston, MA

    Office staff lend a hand to serve ELC students and families for Thanksgiving

    K-12 students participating in the annual Veterans Day Chapel

    ELC students explore the touchscreen computer in the STEM Den

    ELC students explore what it's like to dress up as different occupations

    Jasmine Dennis contests a serve as part on the varsity women's volleyball team

    The middle school cheer team with Coach Broughton win 1st place

    The Lions Blog

    Who are you?

    Who are you? It is an interesting question to pose. On my personal social media, my profile states, husband, father, head of Winston Salem Christian School, and the pictures follow suit. My Instagram is an array of family pictures doing a wide variety of activities. I have gotten better at posting school pictures to the school account, so there are less of those on my personal account now, but overall, the description is fairly accurate. It is always a good study to compare who we say we are with how we portray ourselves. I keep a business card with me that reminds me of who I am, and I thought I would share it with you.  ... continue reading