High School (Grades 9-12)
The Secondary program at Berean Christian School features a curriculum that is intentionally Christ-centered and Biblically-based while academically sound, intellectually challenging, and creatively varied. Our principally college-preparatory program features AP and dual-enrollment options with nearly all of our graduates attending a variety of colleges and universities around the country.
Berean Christian School enjoys an ethnically varied student population. We at Berean believe God has uniquely created and gifted each individual student as He has purposed. As such, we try to present avenues to develop those gifts and talents by offering opportunities in art, music, drama, evangelism, community service, and athletics in a safe and encouraging environment; ESE services are also available. Each week students participate in chapel or Life Group meetings and each spring we feature week-long domestic and international mission trips, community service opportunities, and educational tours that involve our high school students in the culture.
Design and Modeling
Students will learn the design process as they construct a 3D model and then create a therapeutic toy for children with cerebral palsy. Students will learn the basics of wiring, engineering, design, and modeling.
Students will gain an introduction to computer science by developing a mobile app that will solve a real-world problem in the realm of health, environment, community service, or school culture.
Students create a robot, from circuits and legos, designed to complete a specific task (like traversing a course, picking up a ball, or throwing it in a goal, etc.) This robot and its students compete in a state tournament.
Introduction to Engineering (Engineering Essentials)
Students will be exposed to a breadth of different types of engineering and the multiple career opportunities for each as they solve engaging and challenging real-world problems like creating a natural relief center system or creating a solution to improve the safety and well-being of local citizens.
Students create a robot, from circuits and legos, that is designed to complete a specific task (like traverse a course, pick up a ball, throw it in a goal, etc.) This robot and its students compete in a state tournament.
In this course, students will create their own business and begin operating it. They will also create a website for their business, learn about digital marketing, and publish a book.
Learn the essentials of writing and presenting a speech.