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  • Phone: (630) 668-1385
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  • Mailing Address: 1N350 Taylor Drive, Winfield, IL 60190

Drop In and Learn More Tuesdays, 9-10 a.m.




Life at WCGS

There are many opportunities for students to get involved here at Wheaton Christian Grammar School. Whether it is through athletics, fine arts, or any of our other clubs and activities, there's a place for students to shine while learning from a biblical worldview! 

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  • Battle of the Books
  • Chess Team
  • Chess Club
  • Creation Care Club
  • LEGO Robotics Club
  • LEGO Robotics TEAM
  • Student Council
  • Writing Club
  • Yearbook
  • Young Adult Battle of the Books

Clubs and Activities Information

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WCGS knows that not all schedules fit into typical school-day hours, so we offer extended care for students to help make your life a little easier. Before-school care starts at 7:45 a.m. and after-school care is available until 5:00 p.m. If a student is a part of an after-school club, they can go to Extended Care after.

Extended Care Program


The difference in a WCGS education is the focus on spiritual formation for each of our students. Aside from biblical worldview integration in classrooms, there are many activities that we provide to help nurture the whole student.

Chapels are held once each month during the school year and examine our school theme and verses in depth to provide practical application. Speakers include teachers, administrators, parents, and local pastors. School parents are encouraged to attend! You can watch previous chapels on our Vimeo Channel.

Service is an important trait taught and modeled at WCGS. Whether through our ongoing partnership with Wheaton's PADS program to help the homeless, serving at Feed My Starving Children, hearing from missionary speakers, or class sponsorship of individual children in third-world countries, we work hard to give each student both understanding and experience in serving as the hands and feet of Jesus Christ.

Missions Emphasis Weeks take place in March and are devoted to proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ by word and by actions. During these two weeks, students and families give toward specific missions projects, participate in local service opportunities, missionary speakers visit classrooms, and a concluding assembly is held, at which time our annual International Missions Trip participants are commissioned.

Missions Trips for Jr. High mother/daughter and father/son teams have taken place since 2011. The teams travel to the DR over Spring Break each year in partnership with Kids Alive International. 

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