Adorable! Second graders love to read. They even read when they are waiting in line.
over 4 years ago, Hannah Groom
Senior homecoming nominees did an awesome job telling the students in chapel a little more about themselves through questions given to them to answer. Proud of them!
over 4 years ago, Westover Christian Academy
It's starting to look like Christmas!
over 4 years ago, Jennifer Reutter
Learning about the "Candy Cane Story"
Getting the nativity ready
Our tree is decorated
Come let us adore Him
Danville, The Westover Christian Academy JV Boys Basketball team was back in action Thursday evening against the Tornados of Timberlake Christian School and came away with a convincing 61-31 victory. WCA last played two weeks ago on the road against Dayspring Christian and hadn't been able to practice since Monday. The layoff did seem to effect the Bulldogs early with some sloppy passes and unforced errors, however they were able to race out to an early 11-1 lead with high pressure defense in the full court. Those sloppy passes would enable TCS to hang around into the 2nd quarter before the Bulldogs put the clamps down defensively to go up by 24 points at halftime, 39-15. The Bulldogs started the 3rd quarter in a man-to-man defense and the Tornados managed to bank in 2 three pointers to force the Bulldogs to adjust their defense to eliminate the threat from downtown. The two teams would actually trade baskets throughout the frame and both scored 13 points for a margin of 52-28 heading into the final stanza. All 13 of the Bulldogs players would see game action tonight and 11 of 13 would score with all players contributing. Westover would get up by over 30 points which triggered an automatic running clock for the remainder of the game and the Bulldogs cruised to a 30 point win 61-31. WCA was led in scoring by Ashton Bettendorf who had 12 points and 6 steals. Luke Barber had 9 points going 3 of 4 from behind the arc, while Blake Barber played awesome coming off the bench to score 8 points, collect 7 steals and draw a charge when we were already up by 25. Tyler Hughes got his first action of the season scoring 7 points, Bailey McDowell had 5 points while Isaac Von Eime, Brayden Bortz, Dallas Wheeler and Matthew Millner all had 4 points apiece. Aaron Salmon and Neal Talbott both chipped in with 2 points. With the win WCA improves to 3-0 (3-0 VACA) on the season. We are back in action tomorrow night on the road against former VACA foe the Gryphons of New Covenant School at 5:30pm.
over 4 years ago, Jim Barber
The Westover Middle school boys faced off against the Timberlake Christian Tornadoes on Thursday night. The Bulldogs struggled early to get their shots to fall while the Tornadoes took an early lead in the first quarter. Westover continued to fight and closed the gap ending the first half only down by one point with a score of 13-14. Westover came out of halftime and jumped to a three point lead but could not hang for long due to several players being in foul trouble. A hard fought game ultimately ended in Westover’s first loss of the season with a final score of 29-34. The Bulldogs are now 2-1. -- Jon Ragan
over 4 years ago, Jim Barber
Happy Birthday Aiden!
over 4 years ago, Amy Davis
Second grade
Westover Middle School girls took to the court for their first home game and came away with a resounding 30-7 victory. WCA’s defense kept their opponent from running any type of offense while scoring eight points in transition. WCA was led by Emily Evans with 14 points and followed by Skyla Goddard with 11. Also scoring and playing tough defense was Addy Nelson with one point, Brooke Barrington contributed two and had three steals, Rhianna Smith scored two. Chloe Smith and Michelle Jennings’s defense was outstanding. Our next game is a Friday home game against New Covenant. Starting time is 4:30.
over 4 years ago, John Cline
We begin everyday with our pledges to the flag, Christian flag, and the Bible!
over 4 years ago, Joyce Holdren
2nd grade
Finger painting green Christmas trees in K2!
over 4 years ago, Laura Beth Trammell
4th-6th graders doing the Christmas Bake Sale Boogie
over 4 years ago, Carrie Steil
Look at our happy 1st graders who have met the 25 points mark for the AR Points Club!
over 4 years ago, Hannah Groom
Playing spelling basketball makes learning our first grade spelling words fun!
over 4 years ago, Michelle East
Spelling Basketball
Spelling basketball
Spelling basketball
Spelling basketball
K2 is in the Christmas spirit!
over 4 years ago, Laura Beth Trammell
Fun Christmas centers in K4! Lots of learning and exploring with a Christmas twist!
over 4 years ago, Jessica Beach
Decorating the classroom Christmas tree!
Being creative and designing their own gingerbread men!
Hand print Christmas trees!
Gingerbread sensory fun!
Westover Christian Academy will be closed tomorrow. Parents and families of the school, please check your email for details.
over 4 years ago, John Cline
Cursive writing is one of the many new skills learned in first grade. The students have learned and mastered every letter of the alphabet already this school year!
over 4 years ago, Michelle East
Cursive writing in first grade.
Cursive writing in first grade.
WCA is collecting blankets for the Danville Christmas Dinner. K5 loves helping everyone stay warm this winter.
over 4 years ago, Bonnie Buckley
Girls with blankets
Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Owen’s 3rd graders!
over 4 years ago, Nikki Owen
Indians and pilgrims
Fourth graders making models of the moon's surface. 🌛
over 4 years ago, Kelly Brown
Making moon models.
Making moon models.
Making moon models.
Making moon models.
Some of our favorite moments in WCA sports this week were captured in these great pics by senior yearbook staffer Rebecca Dillard! Go Bulldogs!
over 4 years ago, Leslie Barber