Formula for Success
Alex got a head start on college by taking AP classes and Cal State Fullerton classes at WCHS. “My best academic experience was passing the AP Chemistry exam — the most difficult AP exam,” he says. Learn more about WCHS academics.
A Solid Foundation
“My Christian faith has been strengthened by chapel every Wednesday and the teachers,” Alex says. “Their encouragement to go against society’s norms has allowed me to dive into my faith and honor God in everything I do.” Learn more about spiritual life at WCHS.
God and the Gridiron
Alex credits his football coaches with helping him to succeed on and off the field. “They great improved my skills, but they also helped to build my character,” he says. Learn more about WCHS athletics.
A Helping Hand
Last Thanksgiving, the football team helped pass out dinners to families in need. “It really opened my eyes to witness those less fortunate than us,” Alex says. Learn more about service opportunities at WCHS.
Light on Her Feet
As a member of Dance Ensemble, Lauren gets to share her talents at events throughout the year. “I love performing for God and portraying His glory through dance,” she says. Learn more about arts at WCHS.
Make a Wish
Lauren founded the Make-a-Wish Club at WCHS, giving her the opportunity to serve others and share her faith. Learn more about service opportunities at WCHS.
Serving as a chapel committee member is just one of Lauren’s many extracurricular activities. How will you get involved in student government and activities?
“The soccer program has built me up into a better athlete and follower of Jesus Christ,” Lauren says. Learn more about WCHS athletics.
Head of the Heralds
As ASB president, Catherine learned how to be a servant leader. “Although stress and challenges may come my way, I’ve learned that God will give me strength,” she says. How will you get involved in student government and activities?
Serving up Encouragement
Catherine served as captain of the tennis team, and won the “most encouraging” award two years in a row. “We learned how to build a family within the team and how to be a player for God off the court,” she says. Learn more about WCHS athletics.
Catherine was able to find an artistic outlet in both the a capella choir and the harmony choir. “I love hearing the choir sing great songs that give Him the glory,” she says. Learn more about arts at WCHS.
Student of the Quarter
Thanks to her leadership both inside and outside of the classroom, Catherine earned “Student of the Quarter” honors. Check out some of the other ways that WCHS students have an opportunity to stand out.
Bringing Her A-Game
As captain of the volleyball team, Kelli has learned to see how her actions influence others, both on and off the court. “Being captain all three years has helped me improve on my leadership skills,” she says. Learn more about volleyball, and the other sports offered at WCHS.
A Refreshing Experience
Kelli credits her coaches with helping her to grow spiritually on the volleyball court. “They helped me to realize that I should play for God and no one else,” she says. “I am thankful for that, because that has brought out the best character in me.” Learn more about Herald athletics.
Here to Serve
During her years at WCHS, Kelli has found several opportunities to give to others — whether helping the homeless on Skid Row, volunteering for Olive Crest, or serving on student council. Read more about service opportunities at WCHS.
In her role as assistant to the advisor in the Associated Student Body, Kelli has had a hand in some of the biggest events at WCHS. “The position has helped me to become a more dependable person,” she says. “It has helped me to accomplish things that I never thought I could do, such as doing the Homecoming and Winter Fest programs.” Learn more about student government and activities.
Student of the Quarter
Thanks to her leadership both inside and outside of the classroom, Kelli earned “Student of the Quarter” honors. Check out some of the other ways that WCHS students have an opportunity to stand out.