West Hills Christian School is committed to providing an exceptional Christian education in accordance with God’s Word.
By God’s grace and through the power of His Spirit, West Hills Christian School endeavors to provide each of its students with a:
- Saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through personal relationship with the Savior
- Firm foundation in biblical principles
- Desire to live transformed by God’s Word and influencing the world for Christ
- Superior preparation for high school, college, and lifelong learning
A Christian education delivers more than academic excellence; it nurtures and enriches the heart and soul of a child’s character and instills lifelong values.
Foundations for Life
- Academic Excellence:
A rigorous academic curriculum and a culture that develops integrity of character in preparation for high school, college and beyond. Our teachers are licensed, and over 40% hold advanced degrees. West Hills graduates attend Portland’s finest high schools.
- Spiritual Growth & Development:
Biblical integration that inspires students to live with an eternal purpose and meaning.
- Inquiry-Based Learning:
Connecting our students to each other and to the world through interaction technologies. Specialists guide our students through experiences in Computer Lab, Science Lab, Spanish, Music, Library and P.E.
- Nurturing Community:
Fostering lifelong relationships among students, parents, and staff. Parent involvement plays an integral role in our community. We are a family- we pray together, support one another, and celebrate what God is doing in our midst.
LOVE AND LOGIC SCHOOL
West Hills Christian School has adopted the Love and Logic philosophy. In an effort to help our students understand the importance of Biblical principles and how they relate to their choices we developed the “The Knights’ Code.” This code is based on five Biblical principles: These principles are used by our faculty and staff to direct students to positive and helpful choices.
“If you become wise, you will be the one to benefit. If you scorn wisdom, you will be the one to suffer” Proverbs 9:12 (NLT),
“Yes indeed, it is good when you obey the royal law as found in the Scriptures: “Love your neighbor as yourself.” But if you favor some people over others, you are committing a sin. You are guilty of breaking the law.” James 2:8-9 (NLT),
“Truthful words stand the test of time, but lies are soon exposed” Proverbs 12:19 (NLT),
“Those who trust their own insight are foolish, but anyone who walks in wisdom is safe” Proverbs 28:26 (NLT)
“Share each other’s burdens, and in this way obey the law of Christ. If you think you are too important to help someone, you are only fooling yourself. You are not that important.” Galatians 6:2-3 (NLT)