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Every student takes a Bible class to learn its truths and how it relates not only to every field of study, but every life endeavor. Practical Christian living is a constant theme with the idea that students will be given the skills, knowledge, and opportunity to grow spiritually as well as academically and morally. Bible classes are also involved in numerous community service projects throughout the year. Character, good choices, ethics, and morality are all components of teaching students not just what to know, but how to live.

9th Grade
This course includes topics such as How We Got the Bible and Understanding the Will of God.

10th Grade
This course covers Tough Questions about the Christian Faith and the Life of Christ.

11th Grade
This course covers the Life and Theology of Paul and a Study of the Book of Romans

12th Grade
This course will ask students to identify, compare, contrast, and analyze a variety of worldviews and clarify their own worldviews.


This course is designed to help students make informed decisions about health, wellness, and individual lifestyle. Students will learn about a wide variety of health topics relating to physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual health. Students will develop skills and understanding needed to improve their own personal and interpersonal health. Topics include substance abuse, stress management, peer pressure, relational boundaries, financial wellness, spirituality, identity, nutrition, anatomy, sleep, first aid, and other related lessons.

Physical Education

These courses are designed to introduce and develop student’s skills in various physical exercises and sports. Students will be taught stretching techniques and exercises to help increase flexibility, warm up in preparations for activities, and develop good habits for the future. Students will also be taught the rules and skills necessary to learn and participate in various sports and sporting activities.


This course allows students to explore a Biblical worldview of society, self, and reality. Discussions include topics such as: the origin, identity, meaning, morality and destiny of humankind; what influences knowledge, morals, values and belief systems; and, how absolute truth and ultimate reality weave into our understanding of who God is.