Weatherford Christian School provides a positive, safe, Christ-centered learning environment in that it completes the “Three Stranded Cord” where church, family, and school work together to ensure the students are motivated to serve God and man, academically, spiritually, physically, and socially.

The school is a non-profit institution led by an independent Board of Directors and dually accredited by both NCSA – National Christian School Association and SACS – Southern Association of Christian Schools. It is also a registered member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). WCS admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.


WCS students take part in numerous ACSI academic competitions including Spelling Bee, Science Fair, Speech Meet, Art Fair, Young Authors, and Math Olympics. These competitions provide students with opportunities to be challenged and excel academically outside of the classroom.


The WCS Athletic Program provides an environment where students can develop physically while learning sportsmanship and developing Christian character. Upper elementary and secondary students participate in cross country, football, volleyball, basketball, tennis and track under the guidance of Christian coaches.


Learning to serve and give back to the community is an important part of a well-rounded Christian education. Students at WCS participate and lead community service projects with over 20 organizations throughout the year. Weatherford Christian School has also teamed up with Gilbert Christian School in Haiti that they support both spiritually and financially to help spread Kingdom education globally.


All Kindergarten through 12th grade teachers are state certified and have numerous years of experience. The faculty also includes two remarkably gifted Pre-Kindergarten teachers.

The student-teacher ratio is limited to 12:1 in Pre-Kindergarten, 16:1 in Kindergarten, and 20:1 in all other grades. WCS values small class size as an important factor in providing a quality education.

2016 – 17 Enrollment (As of Sept. 1, 2016)

Pre-K Program = 36
Elementary School = 108
Secondary School = 185
Senior Class = 9
Total Enrollment = 293