The curriculum catalog offers a range of Bible courses for both middle and high school students. Bible courses are developed in partnership with experts in their respective disciplines and award-winning publishers like Summit Ministries.
Jesus: Prophet, Priest, King and Savior- Students explore both the Old Testament roots of Jesus' ministries and the way those roles influence their current relationship with Him. The final module puts those ideas into practice, allowing students the opportunity to see Jesus perform His ministry through the students themselves. (Full Year)
Lightbearers- Lightbearers is a two semester video-based curriculum designed to help students clearly understand the tenets of the Christian worldview, and how this worldview compares to the tenets of the leading humanistic worldviews of our day. Students will learn how to apply Christian faith to every area of life: theology, philosophy, ethics, biology, sociology, psychology, law, politics, economics, and history. (Full Year)
Apologetics I and II- Apologetics I introduces the rationale for studying apologetics and provides a basic understanding of the study of rational arguments. Apologetics II begins with creation in Genesis and ends with the new creation brought about by the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Students are not required to take Apologetics I before Apologetics II. (1 Semester Each)
Basic Bible Doctrine I and II- Basic Bible Doctrine I covers several of the basic doctrines in Scripture, including Scripture, God, man, and sin. Basic Bible Doctrine II covers the doctrines of Christ, Salvation, the Holy Spirit, and the Last Things. Basic Bible Doctrine I is a prerequisite course for Basic Bible Doctrine II. (1 Semester Each)
Understanding the Times I and II- Understanding the Times (I and II) introduces the student to a number of Christian worldview and apologetic experts. This class equips students to understand the tenets of the Christian worldview and how it compares with the tenets of other leading worldviews of our day, such as Islam, Secular Humanism, Marxism, New Age, and Postmodernism. (1 Semester Each)
Have We Lost Our Minds?!- Have We Lost Our Minds?! directs students to comprehend core Christian truths with immediate application to their life, countering current cultural ideas. The student is taught a basis for Christian thought so that they construct a biblical worldview which addresses real issues in the real world. (1 Semester)
Life Shaping Decisions- Life-Shaping Decisions is a course devoted to applying God's Word to college and career planning. This course equips high school students think about life after high school from God's perspective. (1 Semester)Click to Request a Catalog