Equipping for the future!
A rigorous academic program is offered in Calvary’s high school program. Our curriculum is designed to build upon the strong foundation of our elementary and middle schools.
Instructional emphasis is organized in the areas of:
- Foreign Language
- Fine Arts
- Physical Education
- Computer Applications
Additionally we offer:
- Advanced Placement Classes
- Dual Enrollment
- High School Guidance Counselor
- Honors courses are offered in all departments
Bible classes are designed to point students toward a knowledge and acceptance of a biblical worldview that is both responsible and credible in light of Scripture. Students are led to an understanding of how biblical principles apply to situations they face today. Seniors culminate their academic experience at Calvary Christian School by completing a comprehensive worldview study called “Understanding the Times,” that is designed to equip them to be champions for Christ in the world.
Extracurricular and Social Activities
Students have the opportunity to pursue their interests outside the classroom. School organizations encourage students to reach their goals and pursue their strengths. Class leadership positions also provide students with the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills. Annual events such as Homecoming, Junior/Senior Prom, High School Retreat, and class-sponsored activities are enjoyed by all students.
Clubs and Organizations offered to high school students:
- Beta Club
- Chess Club
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
- Foreign Langauge Club
- High School Praise Team
- Key Club
- National Honor Society
- Spanish Club
- Student Government Association
- Teen Advisors
- Yearbook Staff
Preparing students for college is an essential part of the mission of Calvary. We seriously consider the need for God’s wisdom in working with students as they plan for the future. Our school works individually with each student and their family to help them understand the reality of college admission, to develop a list of appropriate options, and work through the admissions process.