Frequently Asked Questions


What are your school's hours?

Classes begin at 8:45 am and dismissal is at 3:25 pm.

Does WCS provide busing?

WCS provides bus service for out of town families, at an extra cost, for those families who desire it. While we try to be flexible with the bus routes we cannot guarantee front door pick up.

Is WCS associated with a particular church or denomination?

No. WCS is a non-denominational Christian school with over 10 churches represented.

Can I apply for financial aid?

We want to help any families who want to attend Christian school. We are able to support a Tuition Assistance Fund from donations and church support. We strive to provide financial assistance when needed. Contact the school for more information.

Does WCS have extracurricular activities?

Extracurricular activities abound at WCS!  Our sports teams are involved in soccer, cross-country, volleyball, basketball, badminton, hockey, and track & field tournaments. Classes enjoy serving in our community by helping out at Re:find, delivering flowers to our neighbors, caroling, hosting food & clothing drives, serving at local soup kitchens, and singing at long term care homes - just to name a few!  Our student council, A-Team, plans monthly school-wide activities for the student population whether it be Wear Your PJs to School Day, Winter Fun Day, or Christmas dress-up days.  For those avid readers, we also participate in a yearly Battle of the Books competition.  There are many ways for your child to be an active part of the WCS family!

What curriculum does WCS use?

WCS has a rigorous curriculum review policy that cycles through every 7 years.   In doing so, we assure that the curriculum being used in each classroom is up-to-date with Ontario Ministry of Education requirements and matches with our mission statement.  Please see our curriculum tab for specific publishing companies used for each subject.

How does WCS curriculum compare with Ontario Public or Separate Schools?
The curriculum taught at WCS meets and often exceeds the expectations laid out by the Ministry of Education.  Curriculum is delivered and reviewed in various forms in order to meet the individual learning styles of each student in the classroom and always taught from a Christian perspective.