Middle School Classes
The purpose of our middle school classes is to introduce our students to the foundations of the Christian Faith. Classes are taught on a three year rotation, enabling students to take a CLC course every year of middle school. During their middle school years, students are introduced to important topics such as who is God, life's purpose, sin and redemption, important characteristics of the Christian life, and spiritual disciplines. Before leaving middle school, we equip each or our eighth grade students with their own Study Bible in an easy to read translation.
High School Classes
Our high school curriculum is offered on a four year rotation and includes the following:
Family, Community, & Careers: This course examines God's plan for our lives and relationships, specifically outlining the top four life priorities according to Scripture. Students study establishing a healthy relationship with Christ, understanding God's design for family roles, developing God-honoring courting or dating relationships, building healthy friendships, problem solving, and resolving conflict in a healthy, Biblical way-- All while pursuing God's best for our lives.
Old Testament Survey: This course serves as an overview of the Old Testament, including its formation, history, literary make-up, themes, and influence.
New Testament Survey: This course serves as an overview of the New Testament, including its formation, history, literary make-up, themes, and influence.
Comparative Religions: This course examines the core beliefs, values, and worldviews of the major religions of the world, beginning with Christianity, which will be taught as absolute truth.