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Educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ

Ashley Sapp

"WCCS is more than just a school. It is a place where students and families are presented with the Gospel of Jesus and given opportunities to accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior and to grow as His disciples in order to glorify Him and bless the world."

 

Position: College & Career Counselor for Grades 6-12, Introduction to Education Teacher

Degree: B.S. Early Childhood Education, Winthrop University; M.Ed. Reading, Winthrop University

Ashley and Family
The Sapp family.

Ashley Sapp has been working at WCCS since the 2011-2012 school year as the College & Career Counselor for grades 6-12. She is married to Stephen, and has three children, Taylor, Lauren, and Derek. Her family attends Calvary Baptist Church where she serves in the youth ministry and sings in the choir and Stephen serves as a deacon.

What do you love most about WCCS? 

I love the students and their families!

Why do you love teaching or working at WCCS?

Working at WCCS allows me to fulfill God's call on my life to impact teenagers with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. WCCS is more than just a school. It is a place where students and families are presented with the Gospel of Jesus and given opportunities to accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior and to grow as His disciples in order to glorify Him and bless the world.

College Tshirt Day
Mrs. Sapp celebrating college acceptances
with Class of 2019 seniors on college tshirt day!

How do you believe WCCS prepares students for success in college and beyond? 

Students are offered a variety of courses and electives; they are exposed to standardized testing every year, and they are given opportunities to explore various careers through career inventories, guest speakers, college visits, and job shadowing days. Students and families are able to work with faculty/staff one-on-one, and this allows them to thrive as individuals.

How is faith and learning integrated at WCCS? 

Biblical integration is encouraged in every subject area. Students take Bible every year, and they are able to attend weekly chapels and Bible studies. Additionally, the faculty/staff openly share their testimonies with students and families.

How do you believe God has uniquely equipped you for your position here at WCCS? 

God has blessed me with the ability to relate to teens and their families. He has given me the gift of teaching as well. I don't know why He chose me, but I'm so glad He did. As my grandma used to say, "God can draw a straight line with a crooked stick."

What sets WCCS students apart from other students?

Our students are the same as other students, but the opportunities they have to grow spiritually is unique to being in a Christian school setting.

Share a moment from your time here at WCCS that stands out as something you never want to forget. 

I never want to forget the times I've been blessed to teach the Word of God to our students. Each opportunity is precious, and I do not take it for granted. Teaching teenagers about Jesus is an awesome calling.

Check out Mrs. Sapp's recent blog post, "Making the Most of Your High School Experience" by clicking on the link below!

 

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