Posted on September 25th, 2009
The Western Christian Schools feel right at home in Upland.
The oldest organization of Christian schools on the west coast celebrated the relocation of Western Christian High School from Covina to the nearby city last Thursday in a grand opening representing the turning of a new leaf in the organization’s history.
“Today, we are reminded of the faithfulness of our Heavenly Father from one generation to the next,” said Western Christian Schools Superintendent Karen Winter. “Generations of alumni and family have prayed, believing God for a special campus to preserve the legacy of future generations.”
COURIER photo/Gabriel Fenoy
|Claremont Mayor Pro-Tem Linda Elderkin speaks at the newly relocated Western Christian School in Upland. The WCS preschool through 8th-grade campus will remain in Claremont.
Along with hundreds of students, the event included appearances by Upland Mayor John Pomierski, Pastor Jack Hibbs of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Regional Director Jerry Haddock and Claremont Mayor Pro-Tem Linda Elderkin.
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