Western Christian Schools PSP  A legacy of Excellence since 1920

The Center for Creative Learning


 

 

The Center for Creative Learning (CCL)  is a sister organization to Western Christian PSP, devoted to enhancing the educational and social aspects of the homeschooling experience.  Academic and supplemental courses are available for students of all ages to enable group interaction and social opportunities, as well as a varied educational opportunity.


Field trips, Park Days, special events and activities and all classes offered are administered by the Center for Creative Learning, and all fees for these things are payable to CCL.


WCSPSP embraces a code of conduct and safety rules that seek to ensure every student and parent feel safe and secure during sponsored events, trips and classes.  See that code HERE





















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Optional courses are offered (for additional fees) for K-8 to supplement the primary curriculum used at home and to offer unique opportunities and experiences, and encourage social growth and the ability to operate in a group dynamic, taking direction from an adult teacher who is not a parent. 
These courses are offered biweekly and/or weekly, to fit the needs and desires of your family schedule.  We call those our Friday School and Tuesday School programs. 
Click HERE to see details about Friday School.  
Download the 2017-2018 Friday School registration form here: 
Click HERE to see details about Tuesday School in Rancho Cucamonga.
Click HERE to see details about Middle School Academy in Rancho Cucamonga.
Download the 2017-2018 Tuesday School & Middle School Academy registration form here:

Click HERE to see the Tuesday School/Friday School calendar for 2017-2018
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Optional academic courses are offered for Jr High and High School students, to meet academic requirements. Curriculum is selected and organized by the instructor, an expert in his/her chosen discipline, and parents partner with the instructor to ensure the suggested assignments are completed according to instructions.  Assessments in the form of quizzes, tests and projects are assigned and completed by students, and a performance report is provided at the end of each semester, from which the parent can determine and submit a grade for the course. Detailed descriptions of the current courses being offered can be found in the last 15+ pages of the current newsletter.

Download the Current newsletter here:

Download the For Credit Registration form here:

download pdfCCL_Home_files/Friday%20SchoolReg2017-18.pdf
download pdfCCL_Home_files/TuesdaySchoolReg2017-18.pdf
download pdfCCL_Home_files/news_Dec17.pdf
CCL Code of Conduct    CCL_Code_of_Conduct.html
download pdfCCL_Home_files/ForCreditReg20172018.pdf