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Walton County Christian Learning Center

© 2018 by Walton County Christian Learning Center.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who Can Attend the Program?

Any high school student can take classes at the Walton County Christian Learning Center, however, this program is mainly geared around students that attend Loganville High School, Monroe Area High School, or Walnut Grove High School. The only requirement for taking any course offered by the CLC is a written permission from a parent or guardian.

Who Are Our Teachers?

Loganville High School CLC - Megan Sorrow

Loganville Middle School CLC - Chris Dills

Loganville Elementary School CLC - Megan Sorrow

Bay Creek Elementary School CLC - Chris Dills

 

Monroe Area High School CLC - David Anderson

Carver Middle School CLC - Melissa Daigle

Monroe Elementary School CLC - Melissa Daigle

Harmony Elementary School CLC - Melissa Daigle

 

Walnut Grove High School CLC - Jona Cardell

Youth Middle School CLC - Josh Moore and Charleen Waters

Youth Elementary School CLC - Charleen Waters

What classes do you teach?

WCCLC offers 4 classes:
Family, Community, and Careers - This course examines God’s plan for our lives and relationship, specifically outlining the top 4 priorities we should have, based upon Scripture. We will study eternal biblical principles for establishing a personal relationship with Christ (Priority 1), Understanding our roles within God’s design for our families (Priority 2), establishing trust-bond friendships and developing God-honoring courting or dating relationships in order to realize God’s plan for a lifelong mate (Priority 3), and finally understanding our individual spiritual gifts in order to use them in ministry for God’s glory (Priority 4).

Life Skills and Careers - This Course examines how to understand God’s will for our lives, careers, and ministries, specifically outlining how to make wise decisions when planning for college, pursuing a career, handling money, and leading in ministry, based upon Scripture.

Current Issues - This course examines how the truth of Scripture as it relates to the current issues facing society and the Church today.  We will discover how worldviews are formed and what components make-up the framework of a worldview.

Comparative Religions - This course will examine the core beliefs, values, and worldviews of the major religions around the world, beginning with Christianity, which will be taught as absolute truth.  We will conduct an in-depth study at the Christian Scriptures: how we got them, how we can know they are truth, and the history behind their preservation and translation.

Who Sponsors the program?

The financial resources for this program come from generous benefactors including individuals, churches, foundations, and businesses.  We receive no money from the school, county or federal government.  If you are interested in giving to WCCLC, please click here. 

How is this program legal?

In 1952 the Supreme Court upheld Release Time Religious Education as being constitutional in all 50 states. Justice Williams O. Douglas, speaking for the majority, concluded that the first amendment prohibits governmental financing of religion or in taking religious instruction, it does not require the government to be hostile toward religion. So in 1952, the United States Supreme court approved Release Time Education.

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