Middle / High School Course Information
Knowledge of the Bible is fundamental to education. Secondary coursework includes in-depth study in both Old and New Testaments as well as topical studies of scripture and examination of the character and nature of God.
The Language Arts program includes a broad spectrum of studies including: letter recognition, phonics, reading, spelling, vocabulary, composition, grammar, penmanship, creative writing, literature, and speech. Courses in Advanced Placement Literature and Composition are also available.
Physical Education & Health
Instruction in Health and Physical Education will consist of activities and experiences to meet the health, safety, physical fitness and recreational needs of the students. Health units are incorporated in the elementary curriculum. ALCS fulfills the state health class requirement for 9th –12th grade. We have a dynamic physical education program that includes general physical education and weight training classes. Physical education/Health classes are required for all grades and are held twice weekly.
Valley Christian School offers High School & Middle School electives. Over the years, Valley Christian School has offered electives of all kinds, including, but not limited to: Speech/Public Speaking, Home Repair, Debate, Theater, Personal Finance, Computers, Web Design, Graphic Design, Music, Art History, Life Skills, Home Economics, Current Events, Intro to Psychology and more!
Students master skills in problem-solving and the abstract concepts found in Algebra through Advanced Placement Calculus. NOTE: Valley Christian DOES NOT institute the use of Common Core
Elementary students are introduced to the principles of creation and the natural laws of science. Specific courses in middle and high school include Life Science, Earth Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Courses in Advanced Biology is also available.
Curriculum: Apologia & BJU
Social Studies include the areas of Wisconsin, United States, and World History, Geography, World Views, World Religions, Government, Contemporary History, and Citizenship. It also includes the Social Sciences with classes in Sociology, Personal Finance, and Advanced Placement United States History, American Government and European History.
High school students are given the opportunity to study Spanish in a multi-year program designed to give them the skill to speak, understand, read and write in most everyday situations.
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