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Frequently Asked Questions

What grades does WVCS serve?

    We have preschool (ages 3 & 4) through 12th grade.


How old does my child need to be to start preschool or kindergarten?

     Preschool students need to have turned 3 by September 1st.  They must also be potty-trained.

     Kindergarten students need to have turned 5 by September 1st.


How much does it cost?

     Tuition varies depending on the grade level.  Our tuition schedule may be found here. We do have financial assistance available, and there is a discount for early payment as well as having multiple children at WVCS.


What curriculum do you use?

     WVCS uses a variety of materials, all taught with a Biblical worldview.  Please contact the office if you would like to view our materials or set up a time to speak with our Administrator. 


Are you affiliated with a church?

     WVCS is an independent, non-denominational school.  Our families represent 30+ Christian churches in the area, but the school is not affiliated with a church.


Do you use standardized testing?

     WVCS uses the Maps tests through ACSI for students in grades 1 through 10. Our 11th grade students take the PSAT.


Will a graduate of WVCS be able to attend a state or college university?

     YES!  WVCS requires more than what the state of Oregon requires to receive a diploma.  Our College-Prep Diploma is accepted at any college or university in the United States.  WVCS is accredited through COGNIA and is a member of ACSI.  Additionally, our juniors and seniors have the opportunity to earn College-Concurrent Credit through Northwest Nazarene University at an additional cost.


Can I volunteer in my child's classroom?

     Yes - we have a volunteer program called Friends of the School (FOS) in which families volunteer 50 hours of service in lieu of a $500

non-participation fee (25 hours for 1/2 day Kindergarten and 25 hours for single parents. Preschool families are exempt).  


There are a number of ways you may volunteer including (but not limited to):

          * Serving on the Auction Committee

          * Bringing staff treats (Fridays)

          * Driving students to/from field trips and/or athletic events

          * Campus Clean-Up Days

          * Speaking to our Career Ed students

          * Purchasing Scrip

          * Working in elementary classrooms


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