Encouraging Independence & Responsibility for Future Challenges
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.” Romans 12:2
Preparing Young Adults for Today’s Modern World
As students prepare to enter the larger world, they are challenged to see how God is sovereign in all of life, particularly in academics. Ultimately, students are taught to think critically about the culture around them in order to discern for themselves how to live out God’s calling on their lives in a non-Christian culture.
Our Student Services Director works o determine the most appropriate course pathway for each student. It is important for students to select classes based on their post-high school plans and the Student Services Director is critical to this conversation. Please let us know if we can help answer any questions in this area.
High School Graduation Plan
|Understanding the Faith A||Understanding the Times||Understanding the Faith B|
|English I*||English II*||English III* or AP Literature or EN 111/EN 112||English IV* or AP Literature or EN 111/112|
|Algebra 1 or Geometry||Geometry or Algebra 2||Algebra 2 or PreCal*||PreCal, MA 171/172, or Business Math|
|Physical Science*||Biology*||Chemistry*||Anatomy & Physiology*|
|Government||World History*||US History A*||US HistoryB*|
|P.E. & Health||Financial Literacy||Spanish 1||Spanish 2|
*Denotes honors credit available in this course. All 9th – 12th graders complete an elective course.