3rd Annual Harvest Dinner and Auction
Tuesday, October 22 | Doors open at 5:30pm
Join us as we celebrate another year at Westside. Food, friends, family and fun – and a few prizes to win all evening long.
Two ways to RSVP:
- Submit this form
- Via text @ 605-376-1115
We are students, with unique gifts and infinite possibilities.
We are parents, desiring community and wholeness for our children.
We are educators, committed to academic excellence and whole-child development.
Tuition doesn’t have to be expensive. We changed that.
We strive to do more, give more, and be more for our students, parents and community. That’s why we have a student referral program.
Download the application, then submit the application & fee to:
Westside Christian School
2601 W. 69th Street, Suite 100
Sioux Falls SD 57108
Go to CompassionChildcare.com or call Westside Christian School @605-221-4220.
What day is gym?
“Gym” is every Monday and Wednesday! Thanks to GreatLIFE Golf and Fitness, we will have the best “gym” class ever! Our kids have the opportunity to “PLAYEverything!
Tristen Jackson, GreatLIFE’s PLAYEverything Coordinator, leads our students in developing a healthy lifestyle while teaching our students how to play a myriad of sports. Mr. Tristen will also bring a variety of other experts and athletes who love working with kids and fostering a love for an active lifestyle with him!
PLAYEverything includes football, soccer, golf, tennis, volleyball, basketball, bowling, swimming, and much more.
Parents at Westside are required to be actively involved in the educational and spiritual growth of their student(s). Parents at Westside Christian commit to volunteering no less than 40 hours towards the school each school year.
Parents commit to:
Modeling a joy of reading to their children at home, supporting their children in memorizing God’s Word, and giving encouragement to practice math skills at home.
Serving alongside their child(ren) at the end of each trimester during Neighbor-Loving Days.
Collaborating with the classroom teacher to promote student success and to develop realistic achievable goals.