It is the objective of WCFS Academic Clinics to train students to develop faithfulness in small things, which is the key to godly promotion in this world and the next. All classes and session are designed to enable the student to access and create personal opportunities through godly self-initiative.
WCFS Academic Clinics offer classes and accountability sessions that will train students to take responsibility for their own education and provide resources to help keep the student accountable and motivated on a weekly basis. High School courses will be offered in specific areas that will promote coaching and mentoring relationships.
WCFS Academic Clinics will be conducted in nine consecutive weekly sessions in conjunction with the WCFS Sports Clinics offered on the same dates. All clinic activities will be located in proximity to the athletic facilities used for the sports clinic events. The morning session is the academic clinic, and the afternoon session is the sports clinic.
We offer several science courses. All given through a Biblical perspective. Experiments, instructor explanation of the text and tests are the key ingredients for these classes. Hands on and visuals help give the student a better perspective of science and will give them stronger tools in their walk with God and understanding science as He intended.
A Sports Physiology and First Aid class is available as well as several Sports Clinics. We believe that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit and being thus should be cared for. Physical activity is a key to a healthy body and spirit. Sports also teach valuable life lessons that children will carry on with them through the rest of their lives.
From World History, to Biblical History, To American History and beyond. We offer several Clinics that have been recorded and give you the option of taking the classes from home, or at our school office. Grading is available. Our American history course is designed for optional CLEP testing at the end of the course.
Writing and Research
We offer a class that gives a high school student important tools for college and life in general. Writing and research. A requirement for graduation is writing a research paper. Students can take the class if they struggle with writing or just to broaden their knowledge of researching and writing in a proper form and with proper grading. This has helped students with their future, not just in life but also for those who desire to do well in college. We have had many students come back and say how taking this class helped them tremendously in their future of college and life. We desire to empower students to do their best and succeed in their life. Taking this class will help them take another step toward that goal.
Intro to Accounting
Math is one of the most used areas of school in a child's future...it is an area that they will use their entire life in every area of life...whether they realize this or not. Developing and broadening their knowledge of Math is extremely important for a well rounded education and a successful life. Offered through DVD is a basic accounting course given by Brad Main which helps students develop a better knowledge of money and business management...an important tool for life. Math tutoring can also be available for students struggling with grasping the concepts of Math.
Bible & Social Studies:
Biblical Foundations for Family Life - 1 Credit, Gary L. Cox, Instructor
World History - 1 Credit, Gary L. Cox, Instructor
God, Gospel and Government - 1 Credit, Gary L. Cox, Instructor
American History - 1 Credit, Gary L. Cox, Instructor
Nathaniel Bowditch Mentoring Clinic - 1 Credit
WITNESS COURSE--WCFS EAU Introductory Packet- 0.5-1 Credit
Research Paper - .5 Credit, Gary L. Cox, Instructor
Basic Accounting - 1 Credit, Brad Main, Instructor
Physical Science - 1 Credit, Gary L. Cox, Instructor
Biology - 1 Credit, Dale Frierson, Instructor
Human Anatomy & Physiology - 1 Credit, Dale Frierson, Instructor
Intro to Sport Physiology - .5 Credit, Brad Main, Instructor
Please be aware that if a student desires to take a class that is not listed but would like to receive instruction in a classroom setting our staff will develop and offer that class. Most of these classes were given per request from certain students and or parents.