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Educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ
Jennifer Towler

"I am looking forward to working together with my peers as we train young men and women to glorify the Lord in all they do."

 

Join us in welcoming Mrs. Jennifer Towler to the WCCS family! You may remember her as one of our substitutes for Mrs. Lindemann during the 2018-2019 school year. We are so thrilled to have Mrs. Towler with us full time now! Read on to learn more about her passion for Christian education!

Towler Family
Jennifer Towler with her family.

WCCS Position for 2020-2021: High School English Teacher

College & Degree: Clearwater Christian College/Winthrop - Bachelor’s degree; Liberty University - Master‘s degree

Tell us a little about you and your family:

After growing up in Rock Hill, I went to college in Florida and then eventually moved back to SC to the Florence area. Two years ago, we moved back to Rock Hill to be closer to my family. My husband and I have been married for almost 30 years, and we have three grown sons and just recently added a daughter-in-law to our family. Some of my hobbies are: reading, decorating, traveling, and shopping. I am absolutely thrilled to be back in Christian education, and I know I'm going to love being a part of the WCCS family.  

Tells us something that we would be surprised to know about you:

I love going to NYC, especially to see Broadway shows (with Hamilton being my favorite).

Describe how you feel God has called you to your particular career path:

I knew at a very young age that the Lord wanted me to teach. I have never doubted that calling.

What attracted you to WCCS?

I had the opportunity to substitute teach at WCCS and met some wonderful teachers and students. I loved being able to share my faith freely and incorporate Biblical worldview into my lessons.

In what particular ways do you hope to shape the learning or spiritual experience of our students here at WCCS?

I hope my students see Christ through me and feel comfortable sharing their victories and struggles with me.

The WCCS mission statement is “educating students to bless our world as disciples of Jesus Christ”. How do you hope to accomplish this as a faculty/staff member?

I am looking forward to working together with my peers as we train young men and women to glorify the Lord in all they do.

What is your biggest desire for each student that walks in to your classroom or office?

I want my students to know that I love each one of them and want to them to discover their amazing potential and ways they can use those gifts to serve the Lord.