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International Students

West Shore Christian Academy offers an outstanding education, excellent preparation for the academic rigor expected at the university level, and opportunities to explore the best that American culture has to offer in nearby urban hubs like Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and New York City.

Our academic program provides opportunities for students to challenge themselves through Advanced Placement (AP) courses, dual enrollment with cooperating colleges and universities, and outstanding co-curricular options like robotics, forensics, musical theater, and athletics.

Additionally, our students consistently exceed the national averages on standard student achievement measurements like the SATs, ACTs, and TOEFL. Graduates have attended prestigious schools like Harvard and Yale.

Where we're located

The WSCA community of students, educators, and families is friendly and welcoming. The school is located in a small town, just 7 miles from the state capital of Harrisburg. We enjoy being close to a variety of shopping, dining, and recreational options, and we experience the beauty of all four seasons.

Our campus is located within a few hours of major metropolitan areas like Washington, D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia!


$12,750 Yearly

This price includes:

  • Meal of the day in the Bobcat Café

* Additional fees may apply for Advancement Placement or Dual Enrollment courses

International Student Admissions Process

The admissions process at WSCA is easily completed in four simple steps. Once your application is complete, you can expect the process to move quickly.

Step 1: Application

Submit application, transcripts, and English proficiency test scores to

Step 2: Interview

After reviewing the application materials, a video interview will be scheduled.

Step 3: I-20

One the student’s application is approved, WSCA will issue an I-20 for the student.

Step 4: Supplemental Forms

Before the school year begins, all medical and dental forms must be submitted, as well as TB test results, a copy of the student’s Visa, Emergency Contact form, and proof of medical insurance.


Karen Gross
WSCA Admissions Coordinator