Our Programs

High School (7-12)

Our high school students delve further into rich learning experiences. They are guided towards academic excellence in order to meet graduation course requirements and provided with course electives in order to further explore their gifts and interests. Our learning support program strives to provide personalized attention to those in need of additional assistance to meet these goals.

Our high school community is one of rich staff-student and student-student relationships. Our building resounds with laughter as banter wafts through the hallways and cheers erupt from the gym. We strive to create spaces of safety and joy with our emphasis on being Community-Builders and Image-Reflectors.

Our high school schedule is a hybrid system, combining both linear (yearlong) and semester courses. Our Humanities classes develop Social Studies and Language Arts competencies while exploring what it means to be Justice-Seekers and Idolatry-Discerners. Through listening, reading, writing, and speaking activities, students develop an understanding of a Christian response to culture and are challenged to testify to the work of God in our world. In our Math and Science courses, students are immersed in the roles of Order-Discoverers and Creation-Enjoyers as they build the understanding, desire and skills to help God’s world flourish.

Our Visual Arts courses invite our students to celebrate God’s handiwork and to join Him as Beauty-Creators through various forms of artistic expression. Our Physical Health Education courses seek to equip our students with the knowledge, skills, and motivation to pursue and maintain a healthy, active lifestyle as Image-Bearers in this world. Our French courses celebrate language as a gift from God that allows us to be Community-Builders and show love to our neighbors. Our ADST and Career courses guide our students to appreciate the blessing, power, and place of technology and provide opportunities for them to use materials to create beauty and serve. 

Our Bible classes, homeroom devotions, and weekly High School chapels show our students what it means to be God-Worshipers as we celebrate who God is, what He has done and is doing, and what He has created. Service projects invite students to participate in restoring brokenness in God’s world by engaging in the roles of Earth-Keepers and Servant-Workers.

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“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.”

Romans 12:2