The Upper School serves students in Grades 6 through 12. During the Upper School experience, students receive an academically rigorous college-preparatory education in a distinctly Christian environment that encourages core values of integrity, respect, and responsibility. Opportunities to take advanced coursework during high school including honors, AP, and dual-enrollment, each led by accomplished faculty, produce academic excellence. Weekly chapel attendance focuses students in a worshipful and engaging way toward God, with teaching that inspires students toward sincere discipleship and service. Student talents and interests are cultivated through challenging athletic activities, creative expression within a celebrated fine arts program, student clubs, and student leadership roles. The Upper School’s commitment, whether focused on academic pursuits, spiritual formation, or extracurricular participation, is ultimately grounded in a desire to develop young men and women of God who are prepared to positively impact the world around them.
Upon graduation, a student can expect to possess the following qualities:
- well-rounded academically
- growing spiritually
- articulate speaker
- leader in their sphere of influence
- humble, teachable, moldable