Enrichment programs are introduced beginning in Elementary School.
A foreign language is taught once a week to all grades. More intensive study is offered to 7th and 8th Grade students. After successful completion of Spanish 1A and 1B in Middle School, students should be ready for Spanish II when they enter high school.
Computer classes are offered to all grades once a week. Students are exposed to educational programs, word processing, coding, and 21st century applications.
Art is expressed in a variety of modes in each classroom in addition to a separate class. Students are introduced to the work of artist such as VanGogh, Monet, and Picasso.
Theatrical Arts at Warwick River Christian School ranges from an introduction to the study of acting, dramatic literature, and theatrical production to challenging the student to focus on the art form that is theatre. Through research, planning, sculpture, and performance experiences, the student will acquire skills in communicating, critical thinking, design concepts, and collaborative problem solving.
Each class has weekly music sessions, learning a variety of songs, different composers, and about notes and rhythm patterns. Students in Grades 2-8 may elect to join the after school choruses which perform at Christmas, the spring concert, and compete at Kings Dominion Chorus Festival. String instrument classes are offered by Ms. Elliott for Grades 3-8. Keyboard taught by Mr. Wiley is available for Grades 2-8. Mr. Wiley also teaches Band instruction for Grades 3-8, offered through American Independent Music Association.
Students learn library skills and broaden their knowledge and experience through a variety of reading materials. The Accelerated Reader program is available to build comprehension skills and the joy of reading.
The physical education program includes organized activities to help students develop skills important to their physical growth. We participate in the Physical Best Program at several grade levels, including the mile run, pull-ups, and sit-ups.