Secondary Campus

Class of 2016

Middle School

The 6th, 7th & 8th grade curriculum consists of the following:

  • Bible and chapel
  • Reading
  • Grammar
  • Math (optional 8th grade Algebra)
  • Earth science, Life science, Physical science
  • Fine Arts (art)
  • Social Studies
  • P.E.

In addition to these subjects taught as part of the daily core curriculum, students have the opportunity to utilize computer technology integrated into subject areas and compete in speech, academic, and art competitions through the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).

High School

The high school consists of grades nine through twelve. The curriculum is reflected in the following graduation requirements.  These requirements meet the standards for the “recommended” diploma as specified by the Texas Education Agency. Students will have the option to complete an additional year of foreign language as well as advanced measures as defined in chapter 74.54(d) of the Texas Education Code in order to meet the requirements for a “distinguished” diploma.

Social Studies 4.0 credits

World Geography, World History, U.S History, Government/Economics, Dual Credit Government/Economics

  • Bible 4 credits
  • English 4 credits

Pre-Ap English I, English I, Pre-Ap English II, English II, AP Language, English III, AP Literature, English IV

  • Math 4 credits

Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-AP Calculus, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus

  • Science 4 credits

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, AP Biology, Dual Credit Kinesiology

  • Foreign Language 2 credits

Spanish I, Spanish II, Honors Spanish III, Dual Credit Spanish I, Honors Spanish IV, Dual Credit Spanish II

  • Personal Fitness/ Physical Education 1 credit
  • Speech 0.5 credits
  • Fine Arts 1 credit
  • Electives 5.5 credits

Total 30 credits