1237 Paoli Pike, West Chester, PA 19380
610-692-3700 | school@bbcwccs.com

Philosophy of WCCS

Mission Statement

The West Chester Christian School has a carefully conceived mission that guides its efforts to provide a quality education. Students, teachers, curricula, and activities are chosen to maintain the integrity of these guidelines.

The West Chester Christian School is an educational outreach of Bible Baptist Church located at the corner of Airport Road and Paoli Pike in West Chester, Pennsylvania. The school serves as an extension of the Christian home by assisting parents in providing the child with a thoroughly Christian education. Because of our strong commitment to the family and this thoroughly Christ-centered philosophy, WCCS is primarily a school for Christian young people from Christian homes. It is our desire to compliment those truths taught first in the homes and churches of our students.

General Objective

Christ-likeness is the main objective for each student as he participates in a balanced program of academic studies, fine arts, and athletics. The application of Biblical truth through discipline is designed to encourage each student to think and respond Biblically as he prepares for God’s will for his life. Although academic quality is a high priority at West Chester Christian School, our primary goal is to maintain our distinctiveness as a Christian School as expressed in our motto: “Education with a Bible Foundation.”

Specific Objectives
  1. To lead each student to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  2. To prepare each student to live a godly life in the midst of an ungodly world.
  3. To encourage each student to think biblically.
  4. To develop in each student a keen sense of patriotism.
  5. To prepare each student for more than just an ordinary place in life.
  6. To prepare each student to be a spiritual leader in the home, school, church, community, state, nation, and the world.
  7. To assist each student in the development of the tools for learning and communication.
  8. To provide each student opportunities for developing the skills necessary to make a living.
  9. To provide each student opportunities to participate in wholesome forms of recreation.
  10. To develop in each student an understanding of and the ability to meet his responsibilities as Christians and as citizens.