During high school, there are high expectations from teachers for students to produce academic excellence. Students take advanced coursework like Honors, AP, and dual college enrollment classes, led by qualified and experienced faculty.
High school students attend weekly chapels and can also participate in small groups. The chapels and small groups are geared towards challenging students toward sincere discipleship and service with the goal of transforming lives and living God-honoring lives.
- Art, Drama, and Music and sports help to give our high school students a well-rounded education.
- Sports teams available include field hockey, volleyball, soccer, softball, basketball, archery, and baseball.
- A 9th-12th grade Student Council plans certain school-wide events, helping to develop a sense of responsibility and ownership for the school community. As the student council serve their fellow students, they gain experience in leadership skills they will need for their future.
- All high school students complete at least 80 hours of community service by the time they graduate.