Parenting Young Adults: Is There a Rule Book?

Angela Boykin February 28th, 2017 It is a new year and for many parents this year will be the year their child graduates from a Kindergarten or High School or College. With each of these milestones comes a new parenting challenge an adjustment in how you react to and interact with your graduate. For the […]

Wayne’s Word – February 24th, 2017

Wayne Helder’s Blog February 24, 2017 “Freshman Year” The uncharted territories of high school are filled with apprehension for both parents and their rising freshman students. As they make the transition to 9th grade, students may feel as if though they are being thrust into an entirely different world. From the last day of 8th […]

In the Paint with Coach Green – February 9th, 2017

Coach Green’s Blog February 9, 2017 “Competitive Greatness”         As we wrap up the 2016-2017 season, it has been a joy and a pleasure to lead the basketball program at Wake Christian.  My first year as head coach has been challenging and extremely rewarding.  I’m certain I’ve learned more from our teams […]

In the Paint with Coach Green- January 12, 2017

Coach Green’s Blog Volume 4 “Team Spirit”   As we work our way up the Pyramid of Success, one of the blocks that is extremely important and a significant characteristic is selflessness.  Selflessness is the opposite of selfishness.   When an individual genuinely cares more for his or her teammates success rather than their own success.  […]

In the Paint With Coach Green – December 8, 2016

Coach Green’s Blog Volume 3 December 8, 2016 During the offseason our staff met often to begin our plans for the coming season.  With a new coaching staff at both the Varsity and Junior Varsity level we felt it necessary to define the plan with which we wanted to build our program.  We felt it […]

In the Paint With Coach Green – December 1, 2016

Coach Green’s Blog Volume 2 December 1, 2016 “When C’s lead to success…”.  I believe that building a successful program can be defined by 6 C’s, Commitment, Consistency, Communication, Community, Culture and Competing.   There is so much more to a successful program than X’s and O’s and W’s and L’s. It starts with program Commitment.  […]

Books…Blog by Amy Sauls

Would you like to travel, solve a mystery, learn more about historical places or people, play sports with the best athletes in the world, and visit with the most exciting people ever? If your answer is yes, then books are for you. It doesn’t matter if you do not really like to read or if […]

Praise Him at Midnight – Blog by Kellie Fowler

Praise Him At Midnight It is Thanksgiving time. Sometimes it is so easy to make a list of all of the things for which we are thankful. We often list the obvious: home family food vehicles health The list could go on and on with all of the “things” we have in our lives.  Do […]

Elementary Principal for a Day!

At our Super Saturday event in September, we auctioned off the opportunity for one student to be the Elementary Principal for a Day. Yesterday, she was able to spend the day with Mrs. Sauls and see what it’s like to be WCA’s Elementary Principal.  Here are some comments from her experience: “My favorite part of the day […]

Franklin Pierce Foundation Annual Golf Tournament 2016

Franklin Pierce Educational Foundation (FPEF) Annual Golf Tournament If you were asked to play a round of golf for God would you do it? Recently over 50 golfers did just that, they played a round of golf for God. On September 26th, 2016, 15 golf teams played in the annual Franklin Pierce Educational Foundation (FPEF) Golf […]

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