Academics

High School

High school is not just about the four years of classes taken or "getting into a good college" as so many people say.

It is also the continuation of building a firm foundation on the Lord and preparing the student to be a contributing member of society as an adult.
With those goals in mind, we strive for excellence in faith formation, discipleship and academic rigor. All of our employees on campus, not just our Bible teachers, are mature believers who have been called by God to walk alongside our students and reinforce and support the biblical values of the students’ parents. Whether a student is rehearsing for a play, practicing a sport or purchasing lunch, (s)he will be surrounded by the love of Christ reflected through the staff. Beyond modeling Christ, once a year we set academics aside and take students off campus to intentionally spend time with God and reflect on the health of their relationship with Him.

In the classroom, students will be academically challenged by experts in their field. Our teachers focus on much more than just memorizing facts and figures. They guide students in learning how to reflect, analyze and discover the why so they will be prepared for college. One hundred percent of our students are accepted to college. Because of this, we take all of our freshman to four different colleges to tour and start the discovery process of finding the college that may be the right fit for them.

No matter the age or position of a person, there are always areas for a student to demonstrate leadership. For this reason, we encourage all of our students to participate in the summertime Student Leadership University (SLU) conferences. The goal is to have our students have the leadership skills of an average thirty-year-old. Throughout the school year, we will build upon the summer SLU conferences by hosting Warrior Leadership Academy during lunchtime.
Students are welcome to come spend the day with us. They will experience a school that is polite, kind, welcoming and supportive of their faith. Simply stated, they will find what they have hoped for in a school.

High School Administration

Interim High School Principal, Social Studies Teacher
Dean of Students, Middle School Boys Basketball A Team Head Coach, Program Coordinator
Executive Assistant to Vice President of Academics, Registrar

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Due to widespread power outages and potential safety issues, school is CLOSED, and all activities are CANCELED tomorrow, Friday, May 17.

School will reopen on Monday, May 20. Updates will be sent by text and email, as needed. Please stay safe!