Christian High School's academic program includes honors and Advanced Placement courses in history, math, science, English and art. Students are taught to think critically and to develop analytical skills for the present and their future.
A key component of academic success for students is the relationship they have with their teacher. Christian High School teachers are professionally and spiritually prepared to meet the academic and spiritual needs of each student. Faculty are placed in areas of responsibility and ministry where their expertise, gifts, and passion can be maximized.
Curriculum, instruction, extra-curricular events, and activities are carefully planned to create an environment where students grow in their personal faith. Bible instruction is foundational at Christian High, with many opportunities for missions outreach to others, in our community and around the world. High school students attend a weekly chapel with student-led worship and speakers from inside and outside our community.
Honors & Advanced Placement
The Advanced Placement program offers college-level curricula and examinations to high school students. Many colleges and universities may grant placement and course credit to students who obtain high scores on the examinations.
- AP Biology
- AP Calculus
- AP Chemistry
- AP English Literature
- AP Government
- AP Physics
- AP Psychology
- AP Studio Art
- AP U.S. History
- AP World History
Note: Summer work may be required for placement in AP-Level courses. Contact the instructor before beginning.
- Honors Algebra II
- Honors Anatomy
- Honors Chemistry
- Honors English I
- Honors English II
- Honors English III
- Honors Geometry
- Honors Pre-Calculus
- Honors Spanish IV
Dual Credit Courses
Dual Credit courses are a great opportunity for students to get credit for college courses at a fraction of the cost. Our partnership with Colorado Christian University in providing Dual Credit courses will allow our graduates to enter college as freshmen (or even sophomores) with many credits or courses completed or waived. Make sure to consult specific colleges to be certain the courses transfer to meet the freshman and sophomore level requirements of the college or university.
Our course catalog contains the essential information for each course offered at Christian High School.
Course Sequencing & Prerequisites
Students progress through areas of study in a logical order, with certain prerequisites for movement to the next course and into honors level classes. Find out more here:
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Our Counseling Office provides guidance throughout the high school career, always with an eye on God’s plan for the next steps of college and career.
Patriots Community Service
At Christian High School, students learn how to apply the Biblical worldview they have acquired in the classroom by completing service to the community as part of Christian High School’s Servant Leadership program.
Library Media Center
Our Library Media Center provides students and teachers with current, accurate, and easily accessible information on topics they study. Christian authors and viewpoints are provided on various topics studied, when available.
The library also provides interesting, challenging, and entertaining materials for leisure reading. Special consideration is given to providing students the works of contemporary Christian writers, as well as to providing classical works of fiction and biography.
At Christian Junior and Senior High schools, the library is open before school, at lunchtime and after school and available during the school day for classes to meet. One of the three school computer labs available to junior and senior high school students is housed in the library for classroom and individual use for online homework and research.
Summer School provides an opportunity for students to work ahead, catch up, or provide more room in their schedules for electives and honors courses.