Western Christian College

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Western Christian College and High School
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Location
Regina, Saskatchewan.
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Type Bible College & High School
Established 1945
Closed 2012
Former Chief Operating Officer Karen Cooper
Faculty 21 College & High School
Enrollment Under 100 high school & undergraduate
Area 16 acres (65,000 m²)
Website

Western Christian College was located in Regina, Saskatchewan, in Canada. It was a private Christian college associated with the Churches of Christ. Western also had a high school program which results in the overall institution being known in many cases as Western Christian College and High School.

Western Christian College ("WCC") was originally founded in Radville, Saskatchewan. The school was also located in Weyburn, Saskatchewan and Dauphin, Manitoba before settling in Regina. It occupied the former premises of the Ambrose University College and Seminary, which moved from Regina to Calgary. WCC had a total enrollment of some 100 students.

On January 31, 2012, the Chief Operating Officer announced that Western Christian would end 67 years of operation on June 30, 2012.[1]

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