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9TH-12TH GRADE
HIGH SCHOOL

Did you know that 95% of our graduates are accepted into their college of choice?
Our alumni have gone on to attend the following schools. . .

CCS High School

Mike Yarbrough - Principal -

Nicole Johnson - High School Assistant -

706.323.0467 

High School Hours

8:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

Morning drop off - 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.

Afternoon pick up - 3:15 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.

Drop off and pick up in front of the High School

Student Parking Decals 2023-2024 School Year

HIGH SCHOOL SUPPLY & READING LIST 2023-2024

A challenging academic program is offered in Calvary's high school program.

Our curriculum builds upon the strong foundation of our elementary and middle schools and is taught from a Biblical worldview.

 

Courses are offered in the following areas:

  • Bible

  • English

  • History

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Foreign Languages (French and Spanish)

  • Fine Arts (communications, drama, choral music, and visual art)

  • Physical Education

Additionally we offer:

  • Advanced Placement (AP) Courses

  • Dual Enrollment (DE) Courses (on CCS campus and online)

  • Honors Courses

  • Pre-Engineering and Space Science Class (PESS) 

  • College Guidance

  • Student Leadership Opportunities

  • Weekly Chapel Program

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Pre-Engineering and Space Science
(PESS)

The Pre-Engineering and Space Science (PESS) class is uniquely designed with the incorporation of pre-engineering studies and the partnership with CCS, NASA, and the Quest Institute of Valley Christian School in San Jose, California. This partnership ultimately gives CCS students the opportunity to create and send into orbit an experiment they have created in the classroom at CCS. Calvary Christian School is one of only five schools worldwide in the 2019 launch.

Pre-Engineering and Space Science (PESS) Course Description: Calvary’s pre-engineering and space science class is a rigorous college preparatory course that actively engages students in laboratory based experiments, and student led research. Students study heat transfer systems and the fundamental physics of space exploration (astronomy). This course is sanctioned by the Quest for Space Institute in San Jose, California.

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