During the high school experience, 9th through 12th grade students receive an academically rigorous college-preparatory education in a distinctly Christian environment that encourages core values of integrity, respect, and responsibility. Students have many opportunities to take advanced coursework, including honors, AP, and dual-enrollment, each led by accomplished faculty. Students attend weekly chapels, allowing them to engage in worship together and hear from different speakers that encourage sincere discipleship and service. Student talents and interests are cultivated through challenging athletic activities, a celebrated fine arts program, active student clubs, and student leadership roles. The 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
Grades 6 through 12 begin at 8:05 a.m. and end at 3:20 p.m.
Early Stay is available and will begin at 7:30 a.m. (all grades)
Meet the High School Principal
Dr. Bob Stouffer has over 40 years of experience as an educator. He earned his bachelor’s degree in English from Winona State University, his master’s degree in educational leadership from Northeast Missouri State, and hhis Ph.D in educational leadership from the University of Iowa. He has served as an English teacher, coach, associate principal, principal, superintendent, and Christian school board member. He holds a lifetime professional certificate from the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). He has served in public schools for 20 years and in Christian schools for over 20 years. He loves Christ-centered education, because it allows school members to freely express their faith so openly at school and include Christ and biblical truth in all curricular and extracurricular programs. His desire is to work with parents and students to discover the students’ unique passions, abilities, and callings to God’s kingdom work.