Servant Leadership

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Servant Leadership

One of our goals as a school is to not only produce students who will excel in college, but ones who will excel in life and be strong leaders in their churches and communities. In order to facilitate that, we try to give WVCS students as much opportunity as possible to build and practice their leadership skills. We feel it is imperative that students learn how to lead properly – that being in charge of something does not mean ruling with an iron fist, or a fist of any sort. Since those who excel in matters of knowledge tend to be elevated into leadership, they must be equipped to be gracious and have a serving attitude. If Jesus was humble enough to serve His own students, our students can learn to serve each other and people in the world around them. Our aim is to develop students: who continue with service and volunteerism as adults; initiate and develop service projects; who contribute to their church, community, country, and world; and who will disciple one another.

Servant Leadership

WVCS learners will…

  • Demonstrate positive and productive involvement in church, school, and community endeavors.
  • Exhibit self discipline and accept individual and group responsibility.
  • Set, pursue and accomplish individual and group goals.

 

One of our goals as a school is to not only produce students who will excel in college, but ones who will excel in life and are strong leaders in their churches and communities. In order to facilitate that, we give students as many opportunities to build and practice their leadership skills. Students can run for Associated Student Body (ASB) which is the student leadership body, and academically eligible students can apply for California Junior Scholarship Federation (CSJF), a service based club. We feel it is imperative that students learn how to lead properly – that being in charge of something does not mean ruling with an iron fist, or a fist of any sort. Since those who excel in matters of knowledge tend to be elevated into leadership, they must be equipped to be gracious and have a serving attitude. If Jesus was humble enough to serve His own students, our students can learn to serve each other and people in the world around them. Our aim is to develop students: who continue with service and volunteerism as adults; initiate and develop service projects; who contribute to their church, community, country, and world; and who will disciple one another.

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West Valley Christian School

22450 Sherman Way, West Hills, CA 91307

dswales@westvalleychristianschool.com

CALL : 818-884-4710