Woodland Christian School exists by God’s grace and for His glory to educate and prepare students for college and Christian life. By faith in Christ, our students, parents, and staff can change the world..
As a parent, you have values and beliefs you desire to instill in your children. You desire to prepare them for all that will confront them during their formative years as well as when they are adults. Selecting a school that shares and reinforces those values is a most important decision. Our mission at Woodland Christian School is to offer a quality program that integrates scriptural principles into every facet of life, and strives for the pursuit of academic excellence. We teach the authority of God’s Word, we exalt Jesus Christ as Lord, and we are committed to assisting our students on their paths to spiritual and academic maturity.
Woodland Christian School was established in 1974 as a ministry of First Baptist Church of Woodland which has since changed its name to Life Pointe Church. In 1998, they began the building of its new campus on a 43-acre parcel in southeast Woodland. This campus provided the space for further expansion, including the addition of a High School. Woodland Christian High School (WCHS) was founded in September of 1999 and included the enrollment of 9th and 10th graders. WCHS moved to the new Matmor campus in the fall of 2000. The 11th grade was added for the academic year 2000-2001 and the 12th grade in 2001-2002.
In 2009, with the welfare of both the church and school in mind, the board of Life Pointe Church decided to separate the ministries of church and school so that both ministries could thrive. July 1, 2009 was the official separation and a school board was selected to oversee Woodland Christian Schools. In 2015, the elementary campus moved to its new location on the Matmor campus.