High School

The high school encompasses Grades 9-12 (approximately ages 15-18) and is considered part of the secondary school. Its curriculum covers, English, Math, Science, Social Sciences, Bible, French, Physical Education, Fine Arts, and electives.

High School Curriculum

In Grades 9 and 10, students follow a blend of American and British curricula from the University of Cambridge, England, which prepares them to take examinations for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE). The emphasis is on study skills, problem solving and critical thinking. All IGCSE subjects are regarded as honors courses and earn a weighted GPA (grade point average). These courses will benefit students interested in Advanced Placement classes.

In addition to the regular curriculum, students in Grades 11 and 12 are offered Advanced Placement and honors courses to prepare them for future studies.

Graduation Requirements

SubjectCourse Credit ValueCredits Required for Graduation
English1 Credit4 Credits
Math1 Credit3 Credits
Science1 Credit3 Credits
Foreign Language1 Credit2 Credits
Social Sciences1 Credit3 Credits
Bible0.5 Credit2 Credits
Physical Education0.5 Credit2 Credits
Fine ArtsVarious1 Credit
Health0.5 Credit0.5 Credit
Careers0.5 Credit0.5 Credit
ElectivesVarious3 Credits
Totals-24 Credits