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Facilities Priority: Launch a capital campaign that solves the current and future

problems that our existing facilities present and provide learning spaces that inspires students to the best of K-12 learning.


s Action: Create a plan for facilities that will solve the following problems:

At the Elementary School • A location that no longer fits our demographic area and makes it difficult to attract students. • Inadequate physical education and library space. • Aging infrastructure that will require major renovation investment in the near future. At the Middle School • Modular units that are over 23 years old and not suitable for continued use. • Security issues related to students moving between buildings and a design that did not take into account contemporary school security needs. • A disconnect among the faculty and students created by the physical space between buildings. • Insufficient space for a library. • Lack of science lab space. • Limitations on expansion of enrollment. At the High School • Security and safety issues caused by the split between buildings on two sides of the street and a design that does not take into account contemporary school security needs. • Aging lab, media, and classroom space in need of renovation. • Space poorly designed for fine art instruction. • Limitations on expansion of enrollment. At the Athletics Complex • Insufficient stadium bleacher capacity and bleachers that are not handicap accessible. • Inadequate restroom space for guests. • Natural turf that cannot sustain ideal playing conditions due to the amount of usage it receives.

Worthington Christian Schools Strategic Plan



2015-2020 Strategic Plan