West Alabama Christian School

Clubs and Activities

WAC provides a wide variety of extracurricular clubs, organizations and honor societies which encourage students to expand their knowledge, develop new skills, build community and grow school spirit.  We strive to give our students an opportunity to balance academics with extra-curricular activities that help them explore new interests.

WAC offers the following clubs and activities to complement our curriculum:

Junior Beta Club
Science Olympiad
Science Club
Science Fair
After School Program



The spiritual life of West Alabama Christian students stretches beyond our classrooms and campus to the greater community and the world. In addition to our goal of infusing faith and learning throughout the curriculum, West Alabama Christian School also sets aside time each week for chapel services. During chapel, students are engaged in worship and challenged in God’s Word though participation in prayer and devotional scripture readings. Chapel is a time students gain Christian leadership skills they can use beyond our school campus and into the community. It is our desire that every student will come to know Christ and to walk in His ways.


Community Service

West Alabama Christian School sees community service as an important part of educating the mind, body, and spirit. Students are given opportunities at all grade levels to participate in various community service projects. We want our students to be the hands and feet of Jesus in our community and live out the experience of serving others. Some of our projects have been serving our community though holding a can food drive for the local food pantry, collecting pet food and supply items for the Bigbee Humane Society, and Operation Christmas Child shoe boxes. Through these community service projects, students are humbled to serve their fellow neighbors, learn what it feels like to give to those in need, and share the love of Christ.



​Each class in grades K4 through 6th visits the library weekly. Lessons for younger students include story time, proper handling of books, fiction vs. non-fiction books, and basic appreciation of literature. Older students may check out books during their scheduled library day and later visit the Computer Lab to take Book Adventure quizzes.