The finals week coffee house is back this year and will take place Dec. 12 and 13 from 7-9 p.m in the High School Commons. The event is designed to allow students to study in a relaxed group setting while enjoying coffee, hot chocolate, and pancakes at no cost. Some teachers will also be on hand to answer content questions and help students prepare for finals.
Because each student is a different, special, and extraordinary work of God, the goal of the High School curriculum is to prepare students for the future as well as minister to the whole student. This goal is pursued through a diverse and rigorous academic program bolstered by a strong foundation in Biblical Worldview.
During their time in high school, students have the opportunity to challenge themselves with 13 Advanced Placement (AP) classes and a number of advanced courses like engineering and honors foreign language.
The curriculum recognizes that the student is more than just an academic and boasts a wide range of artistic and athletic offerings. The high school curriculum encourages students to embrace their interests and pursue a total education through programs like January Term and a wide array of extracurricular groups and activities.
DR. JUSTIN SMITH, ED.D
The Middle School is collecting warm items for the Woman and Children First domestic abuse shelter. Donations of ear warmers, headbands, hats, gloves, coats and twin sized blankets for beds (not comforters) should be dropped off in the Middle School Office before Friday, Dec. 14.
Due to the threat of inclimate weather, the 5A State Championship game has been moved to Sunday at 2 p.m. All the same parking prices and ticket prices still apply, along with all security measures. Tickets are on sale at the Warrior Store through 3:30 p.m. today or at the gate.
The first graders will take a field trip to the Bradbury Christmas Tree Farm on Thursday, Nov. 29. Each class will cut one tree down for their classrooms. The students will leave campus at 8:30 a.m. and, in addition to cutting a tree, will go on a hayride and drink hot chocolate at the farm.
The Warrior Pom Team won the 5A state championship dance competition November 10 at Lake Hamilton, taking top honors in each of the four dance categories.