CCS: A small school community featuring big school benefits:
  • An educational approach addressing the whole student spiritually, intellectually, physically and emotionally
  • Strong academics and honors courses
  • Biblical world-view taught across the curriculum and in weekly chapels
  • Technology integrated learning, computer and S.T.E.A.M. classes
  • Programs and electives including art, music, P.E., sports and afterschool classes
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Bible

Crossroads Christian High School firmly believes that God’s word is the foundation for all knowledge and truth. The Bible program is designed to expose learners to those foundational truths and create life experiences for them to live out their faith. This is accomplished in our time in the classroom, community, and in the mission field. The class courses are designed to first expose the learners to basic Biblical truths and build upon knowledge for them to develop their personal relationship with Christ. Learners will go through a basic examination of the scriptures, evaluate the history of the church, formulating a defense for their faith, and solidifying their Biblical worldview in the context of a classroom environment. Service projects are incorporated school wide to our local community and school to live out what they have been learning in the classroom. The final Biblical focus at Crossroads Christian High School is for each learner to experience the mission field. Every school year we provide a local, national, and international mission trip to serve and share with our brothers and sisters around the world. Our hope is that at the end of a learner’s experience in the Bible program at Crossroads Christian High School they will have discovered the truth that is found in God’s Word, a personal relationship with Christ, and living out his commandments in our lives through serving the world around us.

Freshmen Bible-Foundations of Faith
  • The Foundations of Faith Course gives the learners the “basics” to Christianity. Topics that will be discussed throughout the course can range from: the books of the Bible and how to read my Bible to the attributes of God and the Trinity. This course is created to lay the foundational concrete of the Christian faith to the learners. The goal is to disciple new believers and refresh what it means to follow Jesus.
Sophomore Bible – Church History
  • This course is a study of key events in the history of the church. We begin with an overview of the start of the Acts church and journey through key events such as The Great Schism, the Reformation, the Crusades, and how denominations were formed. The course will conclude with an examination of what the church is globally doing today to reach the world for Christ. In addition, learners will examine how their own personal gifts can contribute to ministering to others.
Junior Bible- New Testament Survey
  • This course is a synthetic study of the New Testament, meaning the learners will receive an overview of the Life of Christ and the impact that he made on the first century apostles. Learners will study briefly the life of Christ, His death and resurrection, the coming of the Holy Spirit, and how the Holy Spirit guided the additional New Testament writers. There is deep application themes that run throughout the course that will challenge the learners to grow in their walk with Christ.
Senior Bible-Jesus and the Gospels
  • The Senior course will narrow its focus on the narrative of Jesus ministry here on earth. The course will examine the lives of the first hand eye witness accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Learners will examine how their books were constructed and how they are similar and different from one another. In addition, learners will begin to develop their theology on who God is through the life of Christ.

English

CCHS English courses are designed to broaden understanding of various cultures through literature, while introducing, cultivating, and strengthening multiple forms of expression through small and large group discussion, presentation, Socratic seminars, literature circles, and writing. All English courses are interdisciplinary, facilitated alongside grade-level history courses where content parallels, and are all facilitated by one credentialed English facilitator and one credentialed Social Studies facilitator. Additionally, CCHS English courses will review and reinforce grammar, syntax, rhetoric and logic through a variety of assignments, projects, essays, research papers, group discussion, presentation, speech and debate. All assignments are purposeful in design, causing learners to apply what is being learned, while demonstrating high-level synthesis and analysis.

English 9 – Cultural Studies
  • This course focuses on laying foundations in both high level analysis in reading, writing, and speaking, as well as focusing on the importance and meaning that grammar and syntax can contribute to, not only the writing process, but also help to develop a deeper understanding of language.  Additionally, this course is integrated with Geography in order to provide geographical understanding alongside a literary focus purposed to broaden the learners’ knowledge and understanding of various cultures.
English 10 – World Literature
  • Learners will continue to explore other cultures as World Literature focuses on the study of works written by authors outside of American culture.  Learners will continue to build on their knowledge of analytical thinking, reading and writing skills, while they make interdisciplinary connections, as this course is facilitated alongside World History.
English 11 – American Literature
  • This course is designed to provide an in-depth study of American literature and ideas that contributed in shaping the writing of various time periods.  Learners will discover and analyze the transformation of American literature over time, in connection with the stages of American Immigration.  Learners will refine and demonstrate high levels of critical analysis through reading, discussion, presentation, and multiple forms of writing.
English 12 – Global Studies
  • This course focuses on fiction and non-fiction texts that represent various perspectives and cultures from around the world.  Learners will be asked to make cross-cultural connections, develop personal positions on various concepts and global conflicts, and defend their stance through writing, discussion, speech and debate.  Learners will demonstrate college level reading, writing, synthesis, analysis, and critical discussion.

Mathematics

CCHS mathematics courses are integrated with our science courses and are designed to help learners draw connections between the two content areas. All math courses are application based and integrate STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) projects, through which challenge based learning is incorporated, requiring critical thought, analysis and application of mathematical concepts being studied.

Integrated Math 1
  • This course is the first course in a 3 course integrated math series. We transitioned to the integrated math series with our 2014-2015 freshmen class, and have added Integrated Math 2 and 3 as the class of 2018 has moved through CCHS.  The Integrated Math series is progressive in nature, and aligns with many of the common core standards for mathematics.  Integrated Math differs from the previously offered traditional math courses (i.e. Algebra 1, Geometry, etc.) in that it integrates concepts that connect across the traditionally required math courses.  The Integrated Math series still covers all content covered in Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2, but rather than segregating content, Integrated Math aims to align concepts from each of those 3 math courses that connect and overlap.  When learners complete integrated math 3 they will be prepared to enter into Pre-Calculus.  All freshmen learners will be placed in either Integrated Math 1 or Integrated Math 2, depending on their math levels, as determined by a diagnostic assessment.  Those who test into Integrated Math 2 their freshmen year will be prepared to take Calculus or AP Calculus their senior year.
Integrated Math 2
  • Integrated Math 2 is our second year of high school mathematics. Frequently utilizing the skills developed in Integrated Math 1, students thoroughly explore algebraic and geometric concepts including the reasoning and process of the different methods of proving mathematic statements, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangle congruence and relationships, quadrilaterals, similarity, types of transformations, trigonometry and the uniqueness of right triangles, and working with quadratics including solving quadratic equations through various factoring methods, graphing, completing the square, and using the quadratic formula. Through investigations, students make conjectures and generalizations, subsequently proving or disproving them. Students move beyond just making sense of mathematics and begin developing skills in constructing and communicating mathematic arguments. They learn to appreciate the importance of clarity and brevity in the process of proof. Concepts are applied to real world problems giving insight to the practical application of the course.
Integrated Math 3
  • Integrated Math 3 is our third year mathematics course. Building on concepts from Integrated Math 1 and Integrated Math 2, students continue to increase fluency in mathematics, demonstrating the ability to critically analyze and apply mathematic concepts of more complexity than previous classes. Students effectively communicate their problem solving processes, showing command of the language of algebra and the ability to reason logically. Topics covered include equations and inequalities, linear relations and functions, systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, Quadratic Functions and Inequalities, Polynomial Functions, Radical Equations and Inequalities, Rational Expressions and Equations, Exponential and Logarithmic Relations, Conic Sections, Sequences and Series, and Probability and Statistics. Algebraic skills and problem solving strategies are applied to real-world scenarios, illustrating the relevance and problem solving potential of algebra. Students learn to approach problems in a variety of ways, judge whether or not a solution is reasonable, and when appropriate, validate their solutions. Upon completion of Integrated Math 3, students will be prepared for higher-level mathematics courses including Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Statistics, and eventually Calculus.
College Preparatory Mathematics
  • This course is designed for those learners who complete Algebra 2 or Integrated Math 3 and are not ready or wanting to take Pre-Calculus.  The purpose of this course is to act as a review of math concepts, as well as focus on elements of mathematics that will appear on the college entrance exam.  The goal of this course is to familiarize and prepare learners to pass the college entrance exam so that no remediation is necessary upon beginning their collegiate career.
Pre-Calculus
  • Pre-calculus is an advanced level mathematics course that takes a rigorous approach to algebraic concepts and trigonometry in preparing learners for Calculus. Topics covered include functions from a calculus perspective, power, polynomial, and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities and equations, systems of equations and matrices, conic sections and parametric equations, vectors, polar coordinates and complex numbers, sequence and series. Learners continue to develop skills in mathematic reasoning and are able to clearly communicate the problem solving process, justifying each step as they progress. Learners will be able to analyze real world scenarios, model the scenario mathematically, and come to a logical solution. Learners will gain fluency in using technology to find and approximate solutions. After completion of this course, learners will have fostered a greater appreciation for how mathematics helps us understand the world around us.
Calculus
  • Calculus is the most advanced math class offered at our school. By now, learners will have developed an understanding of the logic and reason of math. Learners recognize the practical application of mathematic and that math can be used to model and help us make sense of the world we live in. Learners are practiced in carrying out mathematical proofs and appreciate clarity and brevity in justifying mathematic process. Learners should be able to approach problems numerically, analytically, and graphically with confidence and efficiency. The purpose of Calculus is to push learners to further develop and apply these skills in higher mathematic concepts. Topics include limits, differentiation, integration, transcendental functions, differential equations, improper integrals, and infinite series.

Science

CCHS science courses and are integrated with our mathematics courses designed to help learners draw connections between the two content areas. All science courses are studied through a Biblical perspective and are designed to guide learners into discovery between the connection of God’s Word and the scientific function of the world. All science courses are application based and integrate STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) projects, assignments and labs, through which challenge based learning is incorporated, requiring critical thought, analysis and application of scientific concepts being studied.

Biology – Laboratory Science
  • Biology seeks to challenge learners to a detailed and critical evaluation of life on both a very small scale (cellular structure and function, DNA) and on a much larger scale (ecology). Learners explore a wide variety of areas of biology and are challenged to ask deep, thoughtful questions not simply about the content itself, but about their role in the greater world. Learners participate in researched, academic debates about ecology and evolution, investigate their own familial history during the study of genetics and examine their own cells and even DNA in the lab during the units on cells and genetics. Learners explore the human body as well. Learners learn how the various body systems work together to maintain physiological homeostasis and have the opportunity to participate in two dissections in class, comparing our own anatomy to that of the organisms they examine in class. Learners apply the knowledge they gain directly to their own lives and experiences in order to translate the classroom science experience to the real world. Learners conceptualize the scientific method and employ that understanding throughout the course, developing a method of analyzing not only their data in class, but their practical experiences in their day to day lives.
Chemistry – Laboratory Science
  • This chemistry course is designed to introduce learners to the science of chemistry. The course challenges the learners to explore and understand atomic structure and function, read, interpret and utilize the periodic table, discover the variety of chemical bonds that create the building blocks of everything around us in the world, complete and understand stoichiometric calculations (including use of the gas laws), differentiate between the four states of matter and identify their differences down to the molecular and energetic levels, discover the physical, molecular and behavioral differences of acids and bases and how they interact, examine the concept of solutions and solubility, learn and understand the basics of thermodynamics and the transfer of energy through different media and processes, understand density and its role in chemical interactions, study and work with the concepts of kinetic theory and reaction rates and explore the areas of electro-chemistry, nuclear chemistry and bio-chemistry. The course is designed to prepare learners adequately for a collegiate chemistry course. The course also provides learners with a variety of lab experiences designed to give learners the opportunity to learn each concept through hands-on interaction with the content. Learners create hypotheses based upon their understanding, explore the validity of those hypotheses through experimentation and data collection, analyze their findings and form informed conclusions based upon their experiment. Finally, learners are given the opportunity to participate in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) projects and assignments, during which they put their acquired knowledge into practice. Learners are encouraged to examine the sciences in the context of their everyday lives and in relation to technology, engineering and mathematics.
Physics – Laboratory Science
  • Physics focuses on studying the function of the universe from a scientific perspective.  This course will be conceptual, meaning that mathematical concepts will be applicable throughout the course; however, it will not be the primary focus.  Both fundamental and practical applications of Physics will be studied, while covering the following topics: motion, force, gravity, momentum, energy, heat, fluids, waves, light, optics, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of the atom. Learners will participate in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) projects and assignments, during which they put their acquired knowledge into practice. Learners are encouraged to examine the sciences in the context of their everyday lives and in relation to technology, engineering and mathematics.
Research Science (capstone course)
  • Research science is a capstone course, in which learners will have the opportunity to select an area of research of their choice.  This course is only offered to seniors, and will include college level research, writing, application, critical thought, discussion and presentation.   Learners will be given requirements to guide them through their research process, and provided opportunity to engage in critical discussion regarding their research process, discovery of knowledge and research findings.  The culmination of this course will include a major thesis style research paper, and an oral presentation, during which the learner will present their defense of their paper.

College Preparatory Classes

CCHS is a college preparatory school that aims to prepare learners, in the best way possible, for life beyond high school. Because of that mission, all CCHS learners take a college prep course each year, specifically designed for each grade level, where the goal is solely to assist in planning, setting goals, understanding the necessary steps to achieve set goals, as well as develop life skills that will aid in each learners optimum success in and beyond high school.

Freshmen Foundations
  • This course is designed to help freshmen have a successful transition into high school, and help all freshmen learners begin to think about the future. Freshman foundations will focus on helping learners to understand what it means and how to be a healthy teenager, equip them with tools and skills that will help them to successfully adapt to high school, provide opportunities for learners to begin to identify and understand their individual strengths, as well as start the exploration process of finding colleges that might be possible options for them, post high school.
Sophomore Strategies
  • Sophomores will begin more in-depth search of possible careers and colleges to continue focus and narrow possible options for them post high school. They will also learn essential elements and qualities that will aid in building their portfolio, as to help them be competitive in the area of college acceptance.  Additionally this course focuses on helping learners to understand and practice successful study habits to implement in their courses, as well as to best prepare themselves for optimum success on the SAT and/or ACT.
Junior Judication/Speech & Debate
  • Juniors will narrow down the list of colleges they would like to attend, as junior year is critical in beginning to make decisions as to future plans.  By the end of junior year, learners will have a very narrow focus on possible colleges, and have a plan of visiting their list of possible colleges during the summer between junior and senior year.  SAT and ACT awareness and practice is also a critical element of junior year, as learners will begin taking these exams. Lastly, learners will receive a college level public speaking course, during which learners will learn and practice elements of becoming a dynamic speaker.
Senior Seminar
  • By the beginning of senior year, learners should know which colleges they want to apply to.  The first half of this course focuses on the college application process, critical application elements to include that help learners to “stand out” as applicants, as well as understand when deadlines are for submission of applications.  Continued work on SAT and ACT skills will also be a focus of the first semester of this course. Second semester of Senior Seminar will focus on life outside of high school, the first year of college, how to build a budget, as well as how to identify purpose and take steps in living out, what each learner believes is their life’s purpose.

Foreign Language

CCHS Foreign Language courses use a full immersion approach of instruction, meaning that the target language for each Foreign Language course is the only language spoken during instructional minutes. All instruction from the facilitator is delivered in the target language of the course, and all dialogue between learners is also done in the target language of the course. The goal for our foreign language program is for all learners to be, at least, bilingual by the time they graduate. We believe this is an essential element of best preparing CCHS learners to be successful in the globalization of the 21st century.

Spanish 1
  • This course is designed to provide learners the opportunity to learn a second language.  Learners will build basic Spanish skills that will help them to understand basic signs, words and phrases. The growth of these abilities will encourage the learners to communicate about topics such as family, friends, foods, traveling, sports, and shopping. With the introduction of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, learners will be able to have a basic knowledge base that will enable them to conduct brief conversations in a foreign language.  Learners will also study culture in Spanish-speaking countries. This will help the learner to relate to the culture, make cross-cultural connections and have a better understanding of the language.
Spanish 2
  • This course is designed to introduce learners to a greater variety of vocabulary and concepts. Learners will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge regarding how to communicate in a second language. Learners will build their Spanish skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing, which will aid in their ability to continue learning the language at a deeper level. The growth of these abilities will encourage the learners to continue developing their ability to communicate about topics such as family, friends, foods, traveling, sports, and shopping. Learners will also study the culture in Spanish-speaking countries. This will help the learner to relate to the culture, make cross-cultural connections and have a better understanding of the language.
Spanish 3
  • This is an upper level course designed to greatly expand vocabulary and concepts essential to an in-depth understanding of the Spanish language. Learners will have the opportunity to refine their communication skills in a second language. Learners will begin to master their Spanish skills in the areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing, which will continue to aid in the learners’ ability to acquire a deeper understanding of the language. The growth of these abilities will encourage the learners to continue the development in communication about topics such as family, friends, foods, traveling, sports, and shopping. Learners will also conduct in-depth studies of various cultural norms in Spanish-speaking countries. This will help the learner to relate to the culture, make cross-cultural connections and have a better understanding of the language.
Spanish 4
  • This Spanish 4 course is designed to introduce learners to a bigger variety of vocabulary and concepts. Learners will have the opportunity to learn how to communicate in a second language. Learners will build their Spanish skills with speaking, listening, reading, and writing; that would help them to have a deeper understanding of the language. The growth of these abilities will encourage the learners to continue the development to communicate about topics such as family, friends, foods, traveling, sports, and shopping. Learners will also study the culture in Spanish-speaking countries. This will help the learner to relate to the culture and have a better understanding of the language. They will be able to compare and connect between the differences of the languages and cultures. During this year, learners will be preparing to take their college Spanish placement test.

Performing Arts

CCHS Fine & Performing Arts Program provides Learners with the opportunity to participate in a main stage production twice a year.  Our Block 4 is dedicated to the arts in the way of performance, visual, and instrumental in preparing for the presentation of our “product” as the production itself.  There are 4 different course opportunities available in Fine Arts that learners will receive credit for as they progress throughout their 4 years at CCHS.  These courses include Fine Arts 1, Fine Arts 2, Advanced Fine Arts and Play Production.

All performances are completely Learner led and produced. This program provides the perfect life-experience for college-career opportunities in the future. Learners must interview for the specific Production Team of choice. Within the team, they are taught how to effectively complete all aspects of “product production”, giving them all the tools necessary to run each show on their own.

Last year, CCHS successfully produced Neil Simon’s Little Women and both the high school and the middle school produced an outstanding performance of The Music Man.

The performing arts program is housed in The Plex on the CCHS campus. You and your family will not want to miss our productions for the 2016/2017 school year! This coming fall, we will be presenting Peter and the Starcatcher and in the spring, our amazing musical and theatrical team will present Oliver!.

Cast
  • The cast team involves those who have auditioned and received a part in that semester’s play.  All cast members are also apart of another production team that they will join, and contribute to, on days when rehearsal is not required.
Technology Team
  • The technology team works alongside the director in designing the technology for each production and running all technology during production.  Some of these elements include lighting, microphones, special effects, etc.  Additionally, throughout production, the tech team is in charge of photography and videography, as well as creating trailers and full-length films for each production.
Executive Team
  • The Executive Team oversees the accounting for all production teams, as well as designs and develops all materials and tools that are utilized to market CCHS productions.
Set Design Team
  • The set design team is responsible for conceptually coming up with the design for the set, alongside the director.  After the conceptual stage, blue prints and scale models are created of each scene.  Finally, the set design team is responsible for gathering all necessary materials and constructs the full size set to be used for production.
Costumes/Hair/Make-up Team
  • The costumes/hair/make-up team is responsible for designing and sewing all costumes for production.  Additionally, this team is responsible designing hair and make-up for each cast member that is appropriate to their character(s) they are playing.  During production, each member of this team is assigned cast members that they are responsible for fully costuming, including hair and make-up, during all shows.
House Team
  • The house team is responsible for designing what the house will look like during production, including seating, concessions, museum displays, etc.  Additionally, the house team runs the box office where all tickets are purchased and finalized.
Props Team
  • The props team is responsible for understanding the directors vision regarding set design, decide which props are necessary for each scene and then either create and build, or seek out each prop piece for donation or to be loaned and returned at the conclusion of the show.  During each show, the props team becomes the crew and is responsible for all props transitions within each scene.
Culinary Arts Team
  • The Culinary Arts team develops a thematic menu for each Fine Arts event, researches recipes, learns how to prepare each menu item, and finally prepares all planned concessions for each production.

History

Through History we are able to better understand the events that contributed to the evolution of how our present day world came to be. All History courses are interdisciplinary, facilitated alongside grade-level English courses where content parallels, and are all facilitated by one credentialed English facilitator and one credentialed Social Studies facilitator. History is essential in understanding cultures from around the world, and understanding how those cultures have contributed to our own American culture. Throughout all history courses, learners will demonstrate critical reading, writing, and discussion. Learners will make interdisciplinary connections and be asked to take a stance on various topics, for which they will present scholarly arguments supporting their stance. Additionally leaners will develop the ability to intellectually and philosophically identify, understand and discuss human history and our relationship to the world, as well as develop a better understanding of ourselves.

Geography
  • This course in geography not only studies the geopolitical and physical features of the earth, but also creatively explores the various peoples and cultures that inhabit it.  It is the goal of this class to gain an in depth understanding of the complexity of the perspectives of humans in response to the culture and environment that shapes them.  The classroom style will be a combination of college type lecture/discussions and collaborative project based learning in which we will actively explore the cultures of the earth.  Learners will learn to read and analyze maps as well as locate and identify the nations of the globe situated on each of the major continents.  As learners research and synthesize information, they will have an opportunity to develop social skills throughout the collaborative structure and format of the course.  Learners will also be given multiple opportunities to display what they have learned through the design and construction of class presentations in which they share their knowledge with others.  Overall, it is the goal of this course to allow multiple avenues for learners to connect with the past, and display their achievements in this learning community.
World History
  • This course in World History explores the known history of the world from the Classical Age of Antiquity of Greece and Rome to the present.  It is the goal of this class to gain a general understanding of world history including a framework for major trends, events, and peoples that played a key role in the progress of human society.  The classroom style will be a combination of college type lecture/discussions and collaborative project based learning in which we will actively explore the history of the earth.  Learners will read and analyze primary documents of the past and bring their own unique perspective to the material as they evaluate controversial events that have occurred.  As learners research and synthesize information, they will have an opportunity to develop social skills throughout the collaborative structure and format of the course.  Learners will also be given multiple opportunities to display what they have learned through the design and construction of class presentations in which they share their knowledge with others.  Overall, it is the goal of this course to allow multiple avenues for learners to connect with the past, and display their achievements in this learning community.
U.S. History
  • This course in United States History covers all of the events beginning with Colonial America up to recent developments that have shaped the modern United States of America.  It is the goal of this class to gain a general understanding of American History including a framework for major trends, events, and peoples that played a key role in the growth of our nation.  The classroom style will be a combination of college type lecture/discussions and collaborative project based learning in which we will actively explore our country’s history.  Learners will read and analyze primary documents of the past and bring their own unique perspective to the material as they evaluate controversial events that have occurred.  As learners research and synthesize information, they will have an opportunity to develop social skills throughout the collaborative structure and format of the course.  Learners will also be given multiple opportunities to display what they have learned through the design and construction of class presentations in which they share their knowledge with others.  Overall, it is the goal of this course to allow multiple avenues for learners to connect with the past, and display their achievements in this learning community.
U.S. Government
  • This course in government will provide a detailed look at the inner workings and structure of the United States’ Government.  The class will give particular attention to documents, people, trends, and events that shaped the systems that are still an important part of American society today. The classroom style will be a combination of college type lecture/discussions and collaborative project based learning in which we will actively explore our nation’s government. Learners will read, watch, and analyze current events that serve as a primary driver of lessons and daily agendas.  As learners research and synthesize information, they will have an opportunity to develop social skills throughout the collaborative structure and format of the course.  Learners will also be given multiple opportunities to display what they have learned through the design and construction of class presentations in which they share their knowledge with others.  Overall, it is the goal of this course to allow multiple avenues for learners to connect with the realities of political life, and display their achievements in learning this learning community.
Economics
  • This course in economics covers the basic foundations of economic principles that govern much of our modern society. Learners will engage in a variety of projects and activities that will provide them with hands on experience in the business world as well as prepare them to take a college class.  The style of the class will be a combination of college type lecture/discussions and collaborative project based learning in which the class actively explores the subject area of economics. Learners will read, watch, and analyze current events that serve as a primary resource for lessons and daily agendas.  As learners research and synthesize information, they will have an opportunity to develop social skills throughout the collaborative structure and format of the course.  Learners will also be given multiple opportunities to display what they have learned through the design and construction of class presentations in which they share their knowledge with others.  Overall, it is the goal of this course to allow multiple avenues for learners to connect with the economic structures that govern much of society, and display their achievements in this learning community.

Physical Education

CCHS have multiple ways of fulfilling their graduation requirement, in the area of Physical Education, as we want learners to have opportunity to meet this requirement by using areas of activity that most interest them.

Athletic P.E.
  • 90% of CCHS learners are involved in athletics.  Because of the time spent in practicing and playing in games/matches, learners will receive 1 semester of P.E. credit per sport, for successful completion of an entire season.
P.E. Log
  • Those learners who do not participate in CCHS athletics, can choose to complete P.E. independently. Details about this program are provided on an individual basis.