Whitinsville Christian

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Whitinsville Christian

School Exterior


Fall Seats


Spring Seats


Competitiveness: Level 3- Above Average

Enrollment Type: Fall, Spring

Grades available: 8-10

Admission Requirements: Upload Documents, Online Interview, TOEFL, ITEP, SLATE

Admission Deadline:

Waitlist?: Yes

Required Documents: Passport (image), Transcripts in English, Certificate of Deposit, Personal Essay, Teacher Recommendations, Copy of Test Scores, Immunization Records, Guardianship Forms

Minimum Test Scores: TOEFL of 60 or higher TOEFL Junior of 750 or higher iTEP SLATE of 4 or higher

Seats by Grade:

  • 7th – 4 Space Fall
  • 8th – 2 Space Spring
  • 8th – 4 Space Fall
  • 9th – 3 Spaces Spring
  • 9th – 2 Spaces Fall
  • 10th – 4 Space Spring
  • 10th – 3 Space Fall
  • 11th – transfer only from a U.S. high school (4 openings)
  • 12th – no openings

School Info

School: Whitinsville Christian

Location: Whitinsville Massachusetts

School Type: Day School

Affiliation: Christian School

Year Established: 1928

Memberships: Whitinsville Christian School is a member of Christian Schools International and is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

Gender: Co-ed

Grades Offered: K-12

ESL Offered: Yes

Financial Section

About Our School: Our Christian High School is a four-year comprehensive program working closely with the home and church to prepare students for further education and work experiences. WCS graduates meet and exceed the requirements of the Massachusetts Department of Education.

EXCITING NEWS! In an effort to diversify our international population which is heavily Chinese, we will be offering merit-based scholarships of up to $2500 for non-Chinese applicants. Grades, test scores,
co-curricular involvement, and Skype interview will all be taken into consideration in awarding the scholarships.

We are finalizing completion of our $18.5 million Performing Arts Center & Fieldhouse! This new building, which connects to our school via a beautiful second-story glass walkway, will be open in August 2017. This will be a wonderful new addition to our community and we are excited that your students will be able to take classes, play sports, and perform in this new venue.

Admission Special Requirements:Students must complete application and supplemental materials, and then schedule online interview.


Application Fee:
Tuition Deposit:
ESL Offered: Yes
ESL Fee (Included in package price): $5,000.00

Total Fees:
Total Fees include tuition and third-party homestay. Register agent account for more information.
How to pay application fee: Wire, Credit Card or Check
Refund Policy:There are no refunds of fees once student arrives in the U.S.
School Fee Description: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION 2019-2020
High School Middle School
(Grades 9-12)
Tuition $17,500 (Half Price for Spring)
Facility Fee/Technology Fee 300.00
Student Activities Allowance* 1,000.00
Total Annual Base Charges $28,700.00 $27,700.00
High School enrollment fee (8th grade students only)** — 5,000.00
ELL Lab & tutoring Fee (first year students only) 5,000.00 (Half Price for Spring)
New Student Orientation (first semester students) 500.00
TOEFL Tutoring (Junior Year only)*** 1,000.00
Suggested family Donation to the WCS Fund 1,000.00

Quick Facts


Credits to Graduate


Number of AP Courses


AP Pass Rate %


Number of Honors Courses


Faculty with Advanced Degrees


# of Faculty


Average Class Size


Student to Teacher Ratio



Total Students


Total International Students


of International Students


Total Chinese Students

Test Statistics


SAT National Average


Top 25% SAT

ACT Average


SAT Writing Average


SAT Math Average


SAT Reading Average


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AP Courses

1 2 3
Calculus AB English Literature U.S. History
Music Theory U.S. Government & Politics Art Studio
European History Physics Government and Politics
Additional Courses can be done through Virtual High School

Honors Courses

1 2 3
Chemistry Marine Biology Accounting I and II
Algebra II Accelerate Anatomy and Physiology Biology
British Literature and Composition Contemporary Literature & Composition Ecology
English 9 English 10/World Literature Spanish I, II, III and IV
U.S. Literature and Composition

Clubs & Programs

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Visual Arts Program – very strong Performing Arts – Very Strong Science Program – very strong
Math Program – strong English Program – strong Athletic Program – strong

Extra-curricular & Clubs

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Yearbook Committe Crusader Outreach Student Council


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New Performing Arts Theater New Field House Student Scholarships