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Secondary Division


Our secondary division is comprised of grades 6 through 12. It is our purpose to provide our students with curriculum and textbooks that are of the highest quality in conjunction with preparing them to effectively incorporate a biblical worldview. This includes resources from ABeka Book, BJU Press, and other administratively approved curriculum.

  • Bible classes cover a variety of Scriptural topics and are designed to increase students' understanding of the Bible and to challenge them to mature in their walk with Christ.
  • During our weekly chapel service, the secondary students participate in a student-led worship music time and hear a timely message from God's Word given by a staff member or visiting speaker.
  • Core classes are rigorous and challenging, but we provide numerous opportunities through tutoring and after-school help for students who are struggling to improve.
  • We currently offer elective classes in math, foreign language, computer, industrial arts, journalism, art, music, and teacher's aide. We hope to expand our elective program in the years to come.
  • Our graduation requirements and scope and sequence of high school classes are college-preparatory and designed to give our alumni a solid foundation on which they can continue their development through higher education.
  • Yearly special events include the Science Fair, Fine Arts Competition, Spring Play, High School Retreat, Junior/Senior Banquet, Athletic Banquet, Senior Trip, 8th Grade Trip, and regular field trips.
  • Our soccer, volleyball, and basketball teams compete against other schools within the New Hampshire Christian School Association and consistantly win state and regional titles.
  • All secondary-aged students have the opportunity to be a member of a school club such as Chess Club, Cooking Club, Ping-Pong Club, Foreign Language Club, Model Rocket Club, and Craft Club. Clubs meet once a month and provide a welcome break from regular academics.
  • Student Body Chapels are held once a month and are planned and run by a Student Body Council. Members of this council are nominated and elected each fall by the secondary students.
  • Community Service provides high school students with the opportunity to serve those in their surrounding community by volunteering their time and labor.
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