Senior High (Non-Elective) Classes...
Basic Theology (9th)
Behold Your God. This study has one purpose--to encourage the students to know their God. This is accomplished by teaching them what the purposes and goals are of a believer and by assisting them to grow and mature as they learn about God by focusing on His Word and His works. To know God is to love God, and to love God is to want to serve Him. This practical study paves the way for genuine, loving Christian service with the right heart attitude.
Advanced Theology (10th)
Using the Bible and 30 Days to Understanding the Bible (2004) by Max Anders, sophomores will gain a better understanding of the narrative of the Bible by systematically studying the structure and organization of the Bible and the eleven eras of the Old and New Testaments in chronological order. Students will also study the Bible’s geography, culture, key covenants, all the major characters and events of the Bible, and the life of Christ and His Gospel. Finally, students are introduced to the core Christian doctrines of Bibliology, Theology, Christology, Pneumatology, Angelology, Anthropology, Hamartiology, Soteriology, Ecclesiology, and Eschatology from a historically baptistic perspective.
Bible Doctrines (11th)
Bible students can expect to gain a fundamental understanding of the basic Bible doctrines while being prepared for College. Previous students have taken the notes and materials from this class and excelled in Bible Doctrines 101 and 102 in college. Students can expect to write multiple papers throughout the course and formulate their own "Doctrine Statement" at the end of the course.
World Religions (12th)
Senior Bible Class is focused on "World Religions." The Kingdom of the Cults (2003) guides the class's discussion on world religions and cults from Jehovah's Witnesses to Rosiecrucianism. Often these readings are supplemented with media clips and alternative sources. Critical thinking is greatly promoted in this class with an emphasis on Biblical perspective and authorial scrutinization.
9th Grade English
English 9 explores Themes in Literature, vocabulary, grammar, and writing.
10th Grade English
English 10 explores World Literature, vocabulary, grammar, and writing.
11th Grade English
English 11 explores American Literature, vocabulary, grammar, and writing.
12th Grade English
English 12 explores English Literature, vocabulary, grammar, and writing.
9th-10th Boys' P.E/Health
This course will cover a wide range of sports including football, basketball, wrestling, lacrosse, and others. The Health course will cover both physical and spiritual well-being. Topics covered in Health include the benfits of proper diet and excerise, basic musculature and skeletal anatomy, and Biblical principles for daily living.
9th-10th Girls' P.E./Health
This course will cover American Government and World Geography. The American Government course will focus on the formation and operation of our government with special emphasis will be on the Constitution of the United States. World Geography will cover the people, culture, and climates associated with each continent.
This course will cover World History from the creation of the world to the mid-1990s.
This course will cover United States History from discovery and exploration through the first term of President Bill Clinton. Special emphasis will be placed upon the War for Independence, the Civil War, and World War II.
The Christian perspective of Economics:Work and Prosperity will help students see the importance of personal accountability to God. The Bible absolutely teaches that man is individually responsible to God for the use of his talents and resources.
Advanced Math 1(11th)
Advanced Math II(12th)
The class will be learning about managing money in real-world situations. Students will be graded on tests, quizzes and the completion of homework.
This is a survey course designed to give students a Christian worldview of the major areas of earth and environmental science. Students will see the perfection of God's design in a study of the earth including the atmosphere, the lithosphere, and the hydrosphere. Many hands-on laboratory activities are included in this course.
While maintaining a focus on biblical integration, this survey course will cover cellular biology, genetics, biotechnology, taxonomy, origins, microbiology, botany, zoology, and human anatomy. The course will also include laboratory exercises designed to reinforce and complement the material presented in the student text.
Students will be presented with the foundational ideas behind atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, nomenclature, kinetic theory, solutions, equilibrium, thermodynamics, acidbase chemistry, electrochemistry, organic and biochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. The text stresses the marvels of design in Creation and promotes the development of organized problem solving. The course will also include laboratory exercises designed to reinforce and complement the material presented in the student text.
Conceptual Physics is an approach to physics that will stimulate the student's higherlevel cognitive skills. We will focus on the world of forces, movement, mechanics, and energy. Our text features the foundations of electricity, magnetism, and optics and stresses a logical problemsolving approach with many examples and diagrams. Students will put their math skills to use in a derivative approach. Two years of algebra are recommended as a prerequisite. The course will also include laboratory exercises designed to reinforce and complement the material presented in the student text.