Academics | High2018-06-05T19:08:00+00:00

HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

HIGH SCHOOL

PROPER PREPARATION IS POWERFUL

High school is an exciting time for your child. With growing confidence, high schoolers meet many developmental milestones. They are better able to reason and think more abstractly. Peer relationships take on new importance at this age. Teenagers also begin thinking about their future and setting goals. At Carroll Christian School, we partner with you to navigate this important stage. One of our goals is to prepare them for the next phase of life by offering a wide variety of academic opportunities to match each student’s strengths. We also strive to help your child grow morally and begin to consider how he or she fits into the larger world around them with our ultimate goal being that they follow God’s will. With high standards carried out in a loving environment, we help your child reach his or her full potential and develop into the wonderful adult God created him or her to be.

PROPER PREPARATION

With high standards carried out in a loving environment, we help your high school student reach his or her full potential and develop into the wonderful adult God created him or her to be.

PROPER PREPARATION

With high standards carried out in a loving environment, we help your high school student reach his or her full potential and develop into the wonderful adult God created him or her to be.

ELECTIVES

Many elective offerings allow our high school students to gain experience in areas outside of the typical academic classes. Some elective courses include photography, drama, band, Spanish, and many others.

DUAL ENROLLMENT

Our high schoolers have an exciting option to earn college credit and high school credit at the same time. We have partnered with Liberty University online to offer a wide variety of courses at a discounted rate to enable students to get a head start on college.

LANGUAGE

Fluency in a second language is a valuable asset. With Spanish being the second most commonly spoken language in America, every high school student is required to complete two years of it.

SPORTS

Our thriving high school sports program allows students to take part in team sports at both the JV and Varsity levels. Boys’ teams include soccer, basketball, and baseball. Girls’ teams include volleyball, basketball, and soccer.

CHAPEL

Faith is central to why our school exists. Weekly chapel services help students engage and grow spiritually as they worship and learn. Aside from a chance to join voices with fellow classmates to worship God through song, students hear sermons from a variety of speakers throughout the year.

TECHNOLOGY

As a generation of “digital natives” our students are immersed in a world of technology. Teaching them to use it responsibly to benefit themselves and society is what we are tasked with. Aside from basic technology, other classes offered include web design and graphic design.

ART

Students’ artistic abilities are fostered through a variety of 2D and 3D art projects. Participation in an annual state-wide Fine Arts Competition motivates many students to hone their their talents, and CCS students have traditionally excelled in this event.

MUSIC

Our students learn to appreciate music through course offerings such as high school choir as well as opportunities to participate in band or or take individual music lessons. Many students will also choose to compete in our annual Fine Arts competition.

BANQUET

The culminating event of the year for our juniors and seniors is the Junior-Senior Banquet, a formal dinner where students and faculty have fun while reflecting on the seniors’ high school years. Juniors work to put together this celebration in honor of the senior class.

ELECTIVES

Many elective offerings allow our high school students to gain experience in areas outside of the typical academic classes. Some elective courses include photography, drama, band, Spanish, and many others.

DUAL ENROLLMENT

Our high schoolers have an exciting option to earn college credit and high school credit at the same time. We have partnered with Liberty University online to offer a wide variety of courses at a discounted rate to enable students to get a head start on college.

LANGUAGE

Fluency in a second language is a valuable asset. With Spanish being the second most commonly spoken language in America, every high school student is required to complete two years of it.

SPORTS

Our thriving high school sports program allows students to take part in team sports at both the JV and Varsity levels. Boys’ teams include soccer, basketball, and baseball. Girls’ teams include volleyball, basketball, and soccer.

CHAPEL

Faith is central to why our school exists. Weekly chapel services help students engage and grow spiritually as they worship and learn. Aside from a chance to join voices with fellow classmates to worship God through song, students hear sermons from a variety of speakers throughout the year.

TECHNOLOGY

As a generation of “digital natives” our students are immersed in a world of technology. Teaching them to use it responsibly to benefit themselves and society is what we are tasked with. Aside from basic technology, other classes offered include web design and graphic design.

ART

Students’ artistic abilities are fostered through a variety of 2D and 3D art projects. Participation in an annual state-wide Fine Arts Competition motivates many students to hone their their talents, and CCS students have traditionally excelled in this event.

MUSIC

Our students learn to appreciate music through course offerings such as high school choir as well as opportunities to participate in band or or take individual music lessons. Many students will also choose to compete in our annual Fine Arts competition.

BANQUET

AThe culminating event of the year for our juniors and seniors is the Junior-Senior Banquet, a formal dinner where students and faculty have fun while reflecting on the seniors’ high school years. Juniors work to put together this celebration in honor of the senior class.

ELECTIVES

Many elective offerings allow our high school students to gain experience in areas outside of the typical academic classes. Some elective courses include photography, drama, band, Spanish, and many others.

DUEL ENROLLMENT

Our high schoolers have an exciting option to earn college credit and high school credit at the same time. We have partnered with Liberty University online to offer a wide variety of courses at a discounted rate to enable students to get a head start on college.

LANGUAGE

Fluency in a second language is a valuable asset. With Spanish being the second most commonly spoken language in America, every high school student is required to complete two years of it.

SPORTS

Our thriving high school sports program allows students to take part in team sports at both the JV and Varsity levels. Boys’ teams include soccer, basketball, and baseball. Girls’ teams include volleyball, basketball, and soccer.

CHAPEL

Faith is central to why our school exists. Weekly chapel services help students engage and grow spiritually as they worship and learn. Aside from a chance to join voices with fellow classmates to worship God through song, students hear sermons from a variety of speakers throughout the year.

TECHNOLOGY

As a generation of “digital natives” our students are immersed in a world of technology. Teaching them to use it responsibly to benefit themselves and society is what we are tasked with. Aside from basic technology, other classes offered include web design and graphic design.

ART

Students’ artistic abilities are fostered through a variety of 2D and 3D art projects. Participation in an annual state-wide Fine Arts Competition motivates many students to hone their their talents, and CCS students have traditionally excelled in this event.

MUSIC

Our students learn to appreciate music through course offerings such as high school choir as well as opportunities to participate in band or or take individual music lessons. Many students will also choose to compete in our annual Fine Arts competition.

BANQUET

The culminating event of the year for our juniors and seniors is the Junior-Senior Banquet, a formal dinner where students and faculty have fun while reflecting on the seniors’ high school years. Juniors work to put together this celebration in honor of the senior class.

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