High School


Our goal is to guide our students in becoming life long learners who are able to engage the world. Students are prepared academically and vocationally through a comprehensive curriculum that offers a variety of course options. The living curriculum concept is vital as students form values, beliefs, and habits.


Click here to read a letter from High School Principal Dr. Patty Flood.

College Prep Courses

  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Advanced Math
  • Algebra I & II
  • Biology
  • Honors Chemistry (College Credit Available)
  • Economics
  • Geometry
  • American History II (College Credit Available)
  • World History
  • Civics
  • Sociology
  • Physical Science
  • Spanish I-IV
  • Calculus (College Credit Available)
  • English - Including British and American Literature (College Credit Available)
  • Physics (College Credit Available)
  • Pre-Calculus (College Credit Available)
  • Psychology (College Credit Available)
  • Other Courses

  • Business Math
  • Accounting
  • Technology Education Courses
  • Family and Consumer Science Electives
  • Chemistry
  • Applied Science
  • Algebra Ia
  • Algebra Ib
  • Technology Courses

  • Photography I & II
  • Yearbook
  • Yearbook Photography
  • Video Editing
  • Graphic Design
  • Business Computing
  • Computer Programming
  • Spiritual Life & Teaching

  • Biblically integrated curriculum
  • Bible classes at each grade (College Credit for 11th and 12thGrade Bible is Available)
  • Weekly chapel
  • Spiritual Emphasis Week
  • Spiritual Emphasis Week
  • Fine & Performing Arts

  • Chorale
  • Band
  • Drama
  • Art Classes
  • Music Appreciation
  • Music Theory I & II
  • Opportunities

  • Student Government Association
  • ACSI Leadership Conference
  • Local Service Projects
  • Senior Missions Trip in Cross Cultural Setting
  • National Honor Society
  • College Credits

    Shalom offers 10 courses in which students may earn full college credit, including:

  • Understanding the Times (3 credits)
  • Psychology (3 credits)
  • Pre-Calculus (4 credits)
  • Calculus I (4 credits)
  • Physics (4 credits)
  • Life Calling (3 credits)
  • American Literature (3 credits)
  • British Literature (3 credits)
  • American History II (3 credits)
  • Chemistry (5 credits)
  • Each of these courses are being credited through various colleges and universities that have worked with SCA in developing this unique opportunity.


    High school is a time of growth and opportunity. Students are moving along the maturity continuum and starting to fine tune their interests.  While they have moved out of those “middle school years”, there is still important development happening in a different way as they begin to gain increasing independence. High school students begin to explore that independence as they gear up for adulthood and see themselves as a larger part of their community and world.


    The high school faculty assists and expects students to carry more of their workload without as much supervision from parents in meeting deadlines and carrying through on projects. Study halls can become very useful for students as they visit the Learning Commons to complete research or get extra help from a teacher.patty flood


    High school practices character traits throughout their years: responsibility, self-control, kind words, gratitude, inquisitiveness, integrity, diligence, and consideration. Students have chapel each week where they learn more about these traits as well as more about serving and loving God. Various talents are used at chapel through student-led worship teams and assistance in sound. Small groups meet intermittently for a more in-depth topic discussion.


    High school offers a variety of extracurricular activities and electives such as band, art, drama, Chorale, mini terms, basketball, soccer, and volleyball. Students have a digital media class where they are introduced to various forms of technology assisted forums including graphic design, photography, and video editing.


    Technology increasingly becomes an engaging tool for students as well as a convenience in turning in and assigning homework. Teachers use interactive whiteboards as a teaching tool. Moodle is also used for assignments. A computer lab is available for projects and laptop carts are implemented in the classroom. Students may also Bring Their Own Device (BYOD).


    Along with core subjects such as language arts, math, science, social studies, and Bible, students take part in Learn to Serve which gives them an opportunity to minister to others through various tasks throughout the school. Some are “buddies” with elementary classes and others help by cleaning the windows or picking up in the locker rooms.
    Effective Christian education is not simply a process of adding chapel and Bible class to an academic curriculum, but the mission is to forge a mindset to transformation that begins through a relationship with Jesus Christ and is nurtured and developed deliberately and strategically through a curriculum and through relationships that confront and challenge a secular worldview.




    Dr. Patty Flood