The purpose of the school mission trip is to inspire WHCA high school students to a new level of faith in Jesus Christ and commitment to the Great Commission. WHCA has a partnership with Ni┼łos de Baja, an orphanage in Ejido el Porvenir in Baja California, Mexico. Students play with the young children, as well as provide much-needed assistance to the Ninos de Baja facilities. Students landscape, paint and do light construction in and around the many buildings. Then, after a hard day's worth of work, they paint, play tag and hide-n-seek, and (most importantly) play soccer with the wonderful kids at Ninos de Baja. This mission trip is the highlight of the year for many of our students. You can find more information concerning the orphanage here:

To see photos of our 2018 trip to Mexico click HERE.


Did you know that 90% of students who participate in Robotics go into a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) job? We at West Highland Christian Academy are excited to announce that we have launched robotics teams, taking part in the worldwide FIRST Robotics program. We have five teams including elementary school, middle school, and high school teams.

More information about our Robotics teams can be found HERE.