The early years of high school, grades seven (7) and eight (8), can often be difficult for both students and parents. Our faculty and staff endeavour to exercise love, patience and understanding while guiding students to embrace ownership for their education.
Junior High students are offered classes in Christian Education, English Language, Literature, Mathematics, General Science, Health Science, Social Studies, Family and Consumer Sciences (Food & Nutrition, Needlework, Woodwork), Spanish, IT (Computer Studies), Technical Drawing, Art & Craft, Music and Physical Education.
Students take the BJC (Bahamas Junior Certificate) Examinations and the PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test).
The Senior High years are filled with excitement, anticipation and activity. Classes are offered to help students to face major external examinations and to prepare them to meet the demands of college education.
We offer classes in Christian Education, English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, French, Spanish, Family and Consumer Sciences, Art, Music, Physical Education, Graphical Communication, Bookkeeping & Accounts, World History, Economics, Commerce and Carpentry & Joinery.
Students take the BGCSE (Bahamas General Certificate for Secondary Education) Examinations and the SAT's (Scholastic Aptitude Test). Students who successfully complete BGCSE in grade eleven (11) are eligible to enroll in AP (Advanced Placement) classes.
Club Rush provides the opportunity for students to get involved in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities: Teens for Christ, GGYA (Governor General Youth Award), Earth Watch, Scuba Diving, Tennis, Choir, Band, Dance, Yearbook, Debate, Drama, and JA (Junior Achievement). Students may also participate in Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Softball and Track & Field. Students are active in the weekly chapels on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.