Miller teaching students


The school’s curriculum is primarily college preparatory, and is specified in the school’s course of study, revised periodically. Most courses include a textbook, chosen from among secular and Christian publishing companies, and revised on a cyclical basis. In most cases, the majority of the classroom resources are from digital sources that students access on their school laptops through our learning management system, Haiku. Each teacher communicates with the students through Haiku daily. In addition to the variety of resources used in instruction, we rely upon the classroom teacher to provide the guidance and integration with the school’s statement of philosophy.

Please also click on the Bible Education sub-tab on the left side of this webpage, also under the junior/senior high campus tab.

Click here for a Junior/Senior High course descriptions and syllabi (7th-12th grades).

Information on the CCP (College Credit Plus) Program is available here.
(allows students to receive college credits and high school credits at the same time)