In high school, our students begin to understand their own role in God’s grand design in the world. Here, our students are further challenged to think critically about the purpose and pursuit of learning, about the application of their lessons, and about their specific gifts and aspirations. Through rigorous coursework, engaging electives, and challenging dual-credit opportunities, CCS high school students develop into effective leaders. We encourage each of our students to think deeply about who God has made them to be, so that they can give their best back to Christ.
We believe that each of our students is uniquely made in the image of God, which is why we provide a variety of interesting electives, extracurricular activities, and athletic programs. This belief also leads us to teach each of our students based on their individual mastery of concepts and skills. Our students are able to advance at an accelerated pace and complete courses well above their age-based grade level. Because of this approach, our students are continually challenged and leave high school with a distinct advantage compared to those in a traditional learning program. Our students begin accruing college credits their freshman year, and many students enter college as sophomores after completing their high school experience.
While high school is the last step in the educational development of our students, the skills our students develop will serve them for the rest of their lives.