Where Children Can Soar
Build Lifelong Friendships
Embrace Your Potential
WCCS encourages students to reach their learning potential. Students who are gifted in various academic areas are challenged to develop their expertise in those areas; students who struggle academically are given help and encouraged to hone their skills. At each grade level, we strive for academic excellence. Students are supported to meet standard requirements in all subject areas, and encouraged to do their best. Educators work hard to ensure that students will succeed now and in the future. If students struggle, we offer additional support through tutoring and our Individualized Learning Center—a unique program with a smaller teacher to student ratio.
No words can express the love and gratitude I have for this school! Every teacher, aid, administrator, coach, and friend has played such a key role in who my son is today. The friendships he has built and lessons he has learned is the foundation of the young man he has become! I am so blessed to have given him this experience! He will forever hold West Covina Christian in his heart!
It seems like I just dropped him off for Kindergarten, and now he’s off to HS. I’m so proud of all that he has learned here at WCCS. I promised the Lord that I would do everything to ensure my kids would know Him, serve Him, and praise Him. I am confident that this school went way beyond a great education! The experiences Ronnie has had and Godly instruction will stay with him all the days of his life!
West Covina Christian School has truly been a blessing not only to our children’s lives but our entire family lives. The opportunity to have our children learn and grow in an environment where responsibility, character, and morality, is matched with a strong curriculum will benefit our children for a lifetime. As parents, being able to participate with both children in the various field trips across the U.S., was an experience that we will always remember.
As an alumnus of WCCS, class of 2009, I just wanted to say thank you for not only providing me with academic education but also for teaching me the ways of our Lord. I attended WCCS from K-8th grade and I can’t even imagine how my life would be right now if I didn’t go there. I graduated at UCR with a Bachelor in Arts and a minor in Education in 2017. I am back at UCR for my Masters in Education in the Special Needs program. Thank you for shaping and molding me to become who I am today. May you have many more years to come and continue nurturing our future generations with wisdom, knowledge, and love for our God. Thank you!
Having the opportunity to attend WCCS from kindergarten to 8th grade was an amazing blessing! The outstanding teachers and thriving academic environment not only prepared me for a successful transition to high school, but they also gave me a love for learning that I carry with me still today at USC. The thing I most remember though, was the school’s commitment to growing students in their faith. My time at WCCS provided me with the strong Christian foundation that I’ll have with me forever!
We just received word from Bishop Amat High School that Jessica, along with others, meets the criteria for Valedictorian for the class of 2018. I want to take a moment and share the news with you because my husband and I are very aware that you and the excellent teachers at WCCS have played a crucial role in her success. I praise and thank God for the blessings of WCCS and the spiritual and academic foundation my children have received.
WCCS provided me with the strong academic and spiritual foundation that I have held close to me throughout high school, college and my professional career. I was provided with opportunities to develop and explore my interests in order to reach my full potential. As an educator, I use my experience at WCCS as a model for the type of classroom environment I want to provide my students with – one that is safe, full of love, and where each child feels special.
West Covina Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and athletic and other school-administered programs.