WBCS Sports Highlights 2016/2017
At Woodland, we believe that sports are an important part of our school’s atmosphere, character, and integrity. We coach our students from a Biblical perspective to be the best that they can be in any competition they are part of. We also teach from a Biblical perspective that character is most important. The Bible says in Proverbs 22:1 KJV “A GOOD name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold”. We believe that sportsmanship and character are more important than competition. We strive to teach our athletes to be young men and young women of good character. Our hope is that we would be an extension of what they are being taught at home.
Mr. Shore says~
"nothing like a good bag of popcorn and a Woodland ball game! GO EAGLES!
ATTEND A GAME
WBCS vs Calvary (HOME)
Varisty Soccer (G) @ 3:30pm
Varisty Baseball (B) @ 3:30pm
WBCS vs. Gospel Light (HOME)
Varsity Soccer (G) @ 4pm
Varsity Baseball (B) @ 4pm
WBCS vs Union Grove (HOME)
Varsity Soccer (G) @ 3:30pm
Varsity Baseball (B) @ 3:30pm
ON CAMPUS PIANO LESSONS
One of the most rewarding things for me is to see a student develop their talents that the Lord has entrusted to them. WBCS does offer private piano lessons during school hours as well as after school. Students are then able to use this gift and play in Fine Arts, chapel services, recitals, and their respective churches. If your child is interested in taking lessons, feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
We are looking forward to our Spring Fine Arts Review on April 23rd at 6:30pm. Until then enjoy the video of a recent Christmas music performance by our High School.
At Woodland, your child has the opportunity to take their God-given talents and use them in our Fine Arts competition every year. Our school competes across many different categories from Choirs, to Ensembles, Solo Singing, Choric Speaking, Speeches, Several Art Categories, Preaching, Spelling Bee, and many many more. We have been blessed that many of our students have had the honor of representing our school in the National Fine Arts competition at Bob Jones University every year.