High School

We have high expectations for our high school students, both in terms of academic achievement and commitment to Biblical standards.  We offer an educational program that is comprehensive in scope and designed to prepare students for advanced study. We stress and enforce Godly dress and behavior, biblical restraints in relationships between the sexes, and a commitment to service.  We strive to prepare students to be well trained mentally and well disciplined spiritually, with their character aligned to God’s word. We believe that these are the necessary ingredients to a good education and will be the best possible springboard to success.

Service:

We expect the high school students to complete 12 service hours yearly to both the school and the community.  Also, we encourage and provide other opportunities for school-wide service, such as our annual Penny Carnival which the mid and high school class put together, (proceeds go to the Union Gospel Mission for their Thanksgiving Meal).  Operation Christmas Child boxes which go overseas, a local food and toy drive at Christmas, collecting money at Thanksgiving for “Bibles for Soldiers”, a ministry day serving young moms in the community, purchasing Samaritan’s Purse items at Christmas by baking and selling holiday treats, and our World Vision sponsored child. Our sponsored child is supported by “Mission Friday”.  One Friday per month the whole school eats Ramen noodles for lunch to save money for our sponsorship gift. The high school students also take part in a Habitat for Humanity service day every school year. 

Spiritual Growth

We offer opportunities for students to develop a deeper relationship with Christ through daily chapel in which they lead worship, Bible class, and an annual opportunity to attend a youth conference at Portland’s City Bible church called Generation Unleashed. The high school students raise money for this event through calendar sales, a bake sale at our annual yard sale and sponsoring a Family Fun Night.

Extra Curricular  

Other extra opportunities that are available to the high school students are yearbook club and sports offered through the local public school district (in district students only, however.)