High School

The high school program (ages 14-18 or grades 9-12) is fully departmentalized and offers a complete college-preparatory curriculum, with Advanced Placement (AP) courses available in Math, Science, and History. Required classes include English, Social Studies, Math, Science, Bible, Fine Arts, Physical Education, and Foreign Language. Several elective classes are also available such as: Art I, II & III, Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Band, Piano, Drama, Communications, Journalism, Photography I & II, and Yearbook. Upon completion of their senior year, students are awarded a high school diploma. 


Course Sequence and Credits: 


The usual course offerings and sequence of courses is below. Questions regarding particular courses, or the sequence of courses, should be directed to the guidance counselor. 


Grade 9- Survey of Literature 9 (1.0) U.S. History (1.0), Biology (1.0), Algebra I or Geometry (1.0), Foreign Language I (1.0), Christian Studies 9 (1.0), Physical Education (0.5), Fine Arts and/or another elective (0.5-1.0) Total credits 6.5-7.5


Grade 10- World Literature 10 (1.0), Western Civics I (1.0), Physical Science or Chemistry (1.0), Geometry or Algebra II (1.0), Foreign Language II (1.0), Christian Studies 10 (1.0), Physical Education or Weight Training (0.5), Fine Arts and/or another elective (0.5-1.0) Total credits 7.0


Grade 11- American Literature 11 or AP English (1.0), Western Civics II or AP Euro (1.0), Physics or AP Physics or Anatomy and Physiology (1.0), Algebra II or Pre-Calculus (1.0), Christian Studies 11 (1.0), Physical Education or Weight Training (0.5), Fine Arts and/or another elective (0.5-1.0) Total credits 6.5-7.5


Grade 12- British Literature 12 or Senior English (1.0), Economics/World Problems or AP Human Geography (1.0), Physics or AP Physics or Anatomy and Physiology (1.0), Calculus or AP Calculus or Discrete Math (1.0), Christian Studies 12 (1.0), Communications (0.5), Personal Finance (0.5), Physical Ed. or Weight Training (0.5), Fine Arts and/or another elective (0.5-1.0) Total credits 6.5-7.5


Elective courses include: Art I, II & III, Choir, Vocal Ensemble, Band, Piano, Drama, Programming, Journalism, Photography I & II, and Yearbook.