Our premier homeschool group offers assistance to parents, structure, accountability, scholastic record keeping, limitless opportunity for advancement, a pristine reputation with colleges and universities, quarterly report cards, high school transcripts, a diploma that exceeds state standards, tutoring, mentoring,and so much more!
Learning Center Assistance
With individual instruction, custom lesson planning and yearly plotting, students feel free to learn in an environment that is welcoming not become carbon copies of classroom peers. Our full day Learning Center is setup for student success. Students participate in homeschool classes four days a week and spend one full day in our Learning Center. Students build weak areas, build upon strengthens, and work toward advancement. Students also have devotions, fun activities, unit studies, and skill building programs.
3rd grade - 12th grade can take advantage of our virtual classroom. All academics are completed and submitted online. Virtual real-time or in person tutoring is available. Grading and record keeping are done by WCA staff. All Bible based curricula is used.
From Art to Algebra II and beyond, our Tuesday classes offer students instruction, peer interaction, communication skills, lab time, college readiness, and hands-on learning. Classes run for 15 weeks twice yearly. The students also enjoy fun extras like Bible drills, hot lunch, and holiday activities.
If you are looking for a Biblical education for your child/children, look no further. We have a program to fit your needs!
Customized Education That Perfectly Fits Each Student
High School With College Enrollment
Our high school students have the opportunity to take college classes while completing high school. There are particulars to this program; contact us for more information.
William D. Ford Career Technical Center
WCA students in 11th and 12th grades can take career focused classes through the William D. Ford Career Technical Center. There are particulars to this program; contact us for more information.
No student is locked into only one of our program offerings. Each student learns differently, and our program reflects this. Parents/staff will discuss all of the different possibilities to ensure a successful year for each student!
Services Provided by WCA
William D. Ford Career Technical Center
High School Graduation
SAT & ACT Testing
High School/College Special Enrollment
Westland Christian Academy admits students of any
race, color, national or ethnic origin to all school opportunities and does not discriminate on any of these factors.
Deciding to Enroll
Christian education is a way of life, a full time job, and is a part of child training. Parents should fully understand the responsibility.
1. List the reasons and convictions that your family has for selecting Christian education or homeschooling. Decide why you desire to make this choice. Be firm with your decisions.
2. List the pros and cons. Be as complete as you can.
3. List the major goals that need to be met for your family each school year.
The patterns that you develop now in home schooling will affect your children for the rest of their lives.
If you are organized and consistent in your home school, your children will excel. If you are scattered and inconsistent, your children will fail.
If it is your intention to return to a public high school, always verify the school will accept prior credits.
Grade Level Requirements
Parents may add other subjects such as Science, History, ECT. The kindergarten program that you choose should be very strong in Phonics and Reading.
A student will not be allowed to advance from kindergarten until they are able to read.
1st- 2nd Grades
3rd - 6th Grades
7th -8th Grades
The classes listed are mandatory for all students and will automatically be listed on each report card. Parents may add any additional classes they desire.
Westland Christian Academy is built solely upon Biblical standards. Our program functions upon a high moral fabric.
Each member must willingly comply and abide by the rules and laws laid for the operation and functionality of the organization.
Failure to comply with the Principles of Integrity will result in removal from the program.
The five principles of Integrity:
It is the duty of the parent to set the example of honesty and truthfulness. At no time is the student allowed access to; score keys, record keeping information, or academic correspondences.
It is imperative that the parent set up and abide by a distinct routine for their Homeschool. Specific start and stop times must be actively upheld. Daily assignments are given, work is submitted and work is graded. A concrete schedule is to be maintained.
At no time are books to be turned in partially done, containing frivolous or nonsensical answers, or simply "filled out".
Consistency and stability must be paramount for every student. There must be a sense of peace and harmony in the Homeschool. Distractions must be kept to a minimum.
4. Honoring Financial Obligation
The financial obligations of the Homeschool are to be paid in full and on time.
Homeschooling is the undertaking of the parents.
It is the responsibility of the parent to ensure that their child/children abide by the rules set forth in the WCA manual.
A note on integrity:
We know that each parent has the student at the center of their drive to Homeschool. Thoughtful of this; we discern that cheating, improper scoring, lack of attention, and violation of the Integrity Agreement is inconceivable. If, however, there are cases that arise the following action will be taken:
1.The administrator will review the family history, submitted work, and all documentation associated with the family.
2.If there is found to be a gross infraction, the family will be contacted and the violations discussed.
3.The final step is dismissal from the program. If you wish to contest the removal, you must do so in writing within two weeks of your dismissal. Your petition will be reviewed and you will be contacted.
Each parent must sign and abide by these principles.
If a family is found to be in defiance of these principles, they will be removed from our program.
Westland Christian Academy is a private organization. It is a ministry of Full Gospel Temple.
If it is your intention to return to a public high school, always verify the school will take home school credits.
To maintain high standards and credibility, our program requires high school credits to be verified. The curriculum used must be approved and at a published high school level. The parent must provide WCA with all of the completed daily work, tests, lab reports, ECT associated with the credit.
All high school students must complete, at the very least, two full years with our program. High school credits completed without our program, must comply with our verification policy in order to receive validation and be counted toward graduation. A fee will be charged for the validation.
Student must complete:
1. High School State Testing
2. 4 English/ Language Arts Credits
(American Literature/English I, II, and III/College Writing)
3. 4 Science Credits
4. 4 Mathematics Credits
(Algebra I/Algebra II/Geometry/+1)
5. 4 History/Social Studies Credits
( U.S. Civics/World Geography/World History/Economics/Michigan History/U.S. History and Geography)
6. 7+ Electives Credits
(Senior Workshop/Bible/Foreign Language)
Special Education Certificate
Certificate will be notated as Special Education.
Student must have current testing and an active IEP.