Head of School
Mr. Dillon holds a B.A. in Natural Science with a concentration in Mathematics from Covenant College as well as a M.Ed. in Administration and Supervision from Covenant College. He served for six years as a math and science teacher and Assistant Principal at Lake Worth Christian School in Lantana, Florida, and has spent nineteen years as the founding High School Principal at Covenant Day School in Matthews, NC. He became Head of School at WCCS in the summer of 2014 - and is thrilled to be here. He is married to Amy and they have four children and one daughter-in-law – Stephen (and Kayla), James, Andrew and Rebecca. Stephen and Kayla are students at Covenant Seminary in St. Louis. James is a senior at Covenant College. Andrew is a freshman at Covenant College. And, Rebecca is in tenth grade at WCCS. The Dillons are active members of Westminster Presbyterian Church where Mr. Dillon teaches Sunday School, Mrs. Dillon leads a women’s Bible study, and Rebecca is involved in youth group.
Upper School Principal, Grades 6th - 12th
Dr. Furrow has a Ph. D. in Christian School Leadership and an M. Ed. in Administration from Columbia International University where he received the Roy W. Lowrie Jr. Educational Leadership Award. He received his undergraduate degrees in Bible and Music from Philadelphia Biblical University in Philadelphia, PA. Professional memberships include the National Association of Secondary School Principals, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Association for Music Education, South Carolina Band Director's Association, and the National Band Association. Dr. Furrow has also served as a lecturer at teacher’s conventions and accreditation visiting team member for AdvanEd and Association of Christian Schools International. Along with his wife Beverley, Dr. Furrow is the proud parent of three children. John's assistant is Sheila Nichols.
Lower School Principal, Pre-Kindergarten - 5th Grade
Dr. Sandi Jolly and her family joined the WCCS community in 1990. Her career at WCCS began as a parent volunteer and teacher's assistant. She has also served WCCS as a pre-school teacher and director. In the summer of 2002, Dr. Jolly began serving as the Lower School principal. Graduating from Columbia International University (CIU), she holds a Ph.D in Christian School Leadership with an emphasis in Curriculum, a Master of Education in Educational Administration, a Master of Arts in Teaching with a focus on Early Childhood Education, and a Bachelor of Science in Bible/General Studies with a concentration in Early Childhood Education. Dr. Jolly and her husband, Clete, have three grown children who all graduated from WCCS. They are also the proud grandparents of four grandchildren, Landon, Zoey, Aspen, and Ruby. Sandi's assistant is Amy Scott.