Warwick River Christian School embraces every child with love and care. We take pride in keeping our teacher to student ratio smaller in order to provide each student with the attention they need and deserve. The experiences and Christian education that children receive at WRCS provides them with a foundation rich in knowledge, integrity and prepare them for a strong and successful future. Weekly Chapel engages children even further to explore God’s word through worship, music and prayer. Enrichment classes allow children to expand their creativity and talents, learn a variety of disciplines of the Arts, Sciences, Foreign language and more. As students progress through elementary and middle school, they are encouraged to join clubs and participate in activities such as student council, Drama Club and the Invention Convention, as well as participate in various Community Service projects and programs. WRCS is constantly expanding your child’s knowledge and experiences, challenging them to grow, gain leadership skills and self confidence. We invite you to come in and take a tour, meet the staff and experience for yourself.


Our Mission
Warwick River Christian School, Inc. serves families and Mennonite congregations on the Virginia Peninsula by offering quality education and child care for preschool, elementary and middle school children in an environment that inspires students and their families to know and follow Jesus Christ.

Vision Statement
The Vision of Warwick River Christian School, Inc. is that our students will be well-equipped academically and spiritually through a nurturing, caring, safe, Christian educational environment. Each individual is encouraged to lead a life of purpose and services to our Lord Jesus Christ, and to exemplify a lifestyle of grace and peace.

75 years strong, Warwick River Christina School is rich in history and tradition. Twenty-one children enrolled as the first students of Warwick River Christian School on September 21, 1942. By 1946, the school expanded to eight grades, build a new building in 1949 which was  followed by an addition in1965. Since the 1970’s the school has hosted three-year preschool thorough Grade 8.
The master plan anticipates a gymnasium to be built on the north property and a cafeteria on the east. Construction waits the assembling of several million dollars.
The Child Care program began in 1989, enabling more children with working parents to utilize the school. Child Care hours extend from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. year round, including weekly day camp programs throughout the summer.

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