White Rock Christian Academy exists to inspire and cultivate citizens of Godly character who transform their world for Christ. This core purpose is more than a desire to see our students graduate and have a diploma, we seek to prepare students for life by engaging their minds, their talents, and their hearts.
White Rock Christian Academy is led by: David Michel, Head of School, Joel Slofstra, Senior School Principal, Gerry Goertzen, Junior School Principal, Sam Rehman, Chief Administrative Officer, and David Fairholm, Chief Financial Officer.Learn More
Learn about what we believe in and the statement of faith that we follow as a school.Learn More
WRCA has a long and rich history on The Semiahmoo Peninsula. Since 1981 WRCA has been molding young people into well-rounded, passionate, creative, Godly citizens.Learn More
We inspire and cultivate citizens of Godly character who transform their world for Christ. We can accomplish our purpose if there is harmony between the goals of the school and those of the home. WRCA exists to assist Christian parents in the fulfillment of their Biblical mandate to “train up children in the way they should go” (Proverbs 22:6).
We believe all students deserve a quality Christian education through a holistic approach as our four core program pillars serve as the foundation of the educational curriculum. It is best described as a program of education that is comprehensive, holistic, and nurtures excellence. Each faith-based program pillar (academics, athletics, arts and service) focuses on an area dedicated to furthering student growth and development while building a holistic education from a Biblical Christian worldview.
In all that WRCA does as an organization, and in particular for the Board and Administration, we desire to be held accountable on the basis of our values. We are also asking everyone in our school community to adopt and uphold these values as we partner in achieving the purpose for which WRCA exists. Our values are:
WRCA is planning to expand to accommodate over 600 students with two classes per grade, and construction has begun on phase one of the new building – the Junior School. Also, included in phase one are two music rooms and two art rooms for both Junior and Senior School students. Phase one will be completed by September 2018 and phase two, the Senior School, will be completed by September 2020. Phase three includes new gymnasiums, a theatre, cafeteria, and administration offices.