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Teaching and Learning Priority: Establish an academic

culture that prepares students to apply a biblical framework to their academic studies so they are able to thoughtfully address the important issues found in their future studies and vocations.

Action:

Restructure the curriculum committee and design process to address gaps in the curriculum, communication and implementation of the courses of study, developmental appropriateness, and student assessment.

Action:

Partner with a professional curriculum consultant to provide a complete audit and map of major content areas.

Action:

Review each course of study to determine how to best reflect biblical thinking in that subject’s content.

and g n i h c a Te Action: Expand college guidance services to better prepare students for admission Learning into the colleges of their choice.

Action:

Invest in the technology infrastructure and support services to provide teachers and students with technology suited for best practices.

Action:

Provide additional support for students “outside the norm” by continuing to restructure the Intervention Department and identify new and better ways to challenge gifted students.

Action:

Restructure into a two campus model consisting of a Lower School and an Upper School to better reflect research on learning, teacher collaboration and fiscal efficiencies.

Action:

Strengthen partnerships with area churches and underscore the imperative for school families to be involved in their churches in order for a Worthington Christian education to be most effective in developing thoughtful Christian students.

Worthington Christian Schools Strategic Plan

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2015–2020

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2015-2020 Strategic Plan  
2015-2020 Strategic Plan  
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