The four grades leading up to high school graduation are years that prepare students for their planned pathway. Some students will decide to join the workforce, some will enter a certificate program, and the rest will choose to attend college. During ninth grade, students start to investigate and pray about what pathway they will choose, while focusing on their gifts, talents and struggles in earlier levels to help guide them.
Beginning in 11th grade, students taking the pathway to college are encouraged to sign up for dual credit classes and begin the collegiate experience under the support of our teachers. Students choosing to work or gain a certificate, work to gain information about their specific pathway with the help of our teachers and the community. Students have access to college counseling and support systems needed to be successful regardless of which path they intent to take.
- Pathway exploration and college/career counseling
- Individualized classes that support each student’s pathway
- Dual Credit classes available online with teacher support
- Leadership roles
- Project-based learning
- High school courses in Bible, Literature, Math, Language, Sciences, History, and Spanish
- Flexibility in classes – students may complete independent study for credit in classes we do not offer.
- Student-lead high school experience with accountability