The WCA Learner Profile

The WCA Learner Profile represents a collection of characteristics that our students develop as a result of immersion in the International Baccalaureate curriculum.

INQUIRERS

We delight in discovering God’s world. As we ask questions, we look to God and Scripture to gain wisdom, discern truth from error, and find created purpose and order.

KNOWLEDGEABLE

We are literate with key knowledge and competent to learn more; we apply our knowledge to solve real problems and participate in Christ’s redemptive plan.

THINKERS

We develop biblical thinking skills to determine what is true and ethical based upon the sure foundation of Christ and Scripture, not upon the shifting sands of culture and feelings

COMMUNICATORS

We build trusting relationships with God and others through honest, humble, kind, and balanced communication. We learn to speak/write powerfully and beautifully with words and visuals.

PRINCIPLED

We seek to live rightly, according to God’s Word and have nothing to hide. When wrong, we confess, apologize, and take responsibility. We treat others as more important than ourselves and try to live at peace with everyone.

OPEN-MINDED

We value all people as reflections of God’s mind/character/beauty. We seek to understand and respect all. When we disagree, we engage conflict humbly and lovingly. Ultimately, we want minds open to/by/for Christ.

CARING

We go beyond ourselves and show Christ’s kindness to others -- laying our lives down for them. We sincerely care for people and also care about the work we do.

COURAGEOUS

Grounded in Christ, we stand up for truth, protect others, pursue justice, and expose darkness in order to love our neighbors (locally and globally) as ourselves. We do not fear failure, but use it as an opportunity to learn.

BALANCED

We nurture our spiritual lives, making sure no created thing rules over us. We practice time management, rest, self-control, and priority setting in line with the gifts God gives us. We seek healthy social lives and balance in every conversation.

REFLECTIVE

We ask ongoing questions about who we are and what we do. We humbly invite feedback and lovingly offer pushback so that we and others might achieve our highest potential (in every area of life).

The WCA Learner Profile

The WCA Learner Profile represents a collection of characteristics that our students develop as a result of immersion in the International Baccalaureate curriculum.

INQUIRERS

We delight in discovering God’s world. As we ask questions, we look to God and Scripture to gain wisdom, discern truth from error, and find created purpose and order.

KNOWLEDGEABLE

We are literate with key knowledge and competent to learn more; we apply our knowledge to solve real problems and participate in Christ’s redemptive plan.

THINKERS

We develop biblical thinking skills to determine what is true and ethical based upon the sure foundation of Christ and Scripture, not upon the shifting sands of culture and feelings

COMMUNICATORS

We build trusting relationships with God and others through honest, humble, kind, and balanced communication. We learn to speak/write powerfully and beautifully with words and visuals.

PRINCIPLED

We seek to live rightly, according to God’s Word and have nothing to hide. When wrong, we confess, apologize, and take responsibility. We treat others as more important than ourselves and try to live at peace with everyone.

OPEN-MINDED

We value all people as reflections of God’s mind/character/beauty. We seek to understand and respect all. When we disagree, we engage conflict humbly and lovingly. Ultimately, we want minds open to/by/for Christ.

CARING

We go beyond ourselves and show Christ’s kindness to others -- laying our lives down for them. We sincerely care for people and also care about the work we do.

COURAGEOUS

Grounded in Christ, we stand up for truth, protect others, pursue justice, and expose darkness in order to love our neighbors (locally and globally) as ourselves. We do not fear failure, but use it as an opportunity to learn.

BALANCED

We nurture our spiritual lives, making sure no created thing rules over us. We practice time management, rest, self-control, and priority setting in line with the gifts God gives us. We seek healthy social lives and balance in every conversation.

REFLECTIVE

We ask ongoing questions about who we are and what we do. We humbly invite feedback and lovingly offer pushback so that we and others might achieve our highest potential (in every area of life).

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