9th – 12th Grade
High School Academics:
Graduation Tracks and Honors Program:
Columbus Christian Academy offers two college preparatory tracks of study.
–College-Prep Track 1 requires 22 credits and meets all requirements for college admission.
–Honors Track II requires 22 credits and meets all recommendations and requirements of the institutions of Higher Learning for admission to a four year university.
Honors courses are more challenging for students than many of the regular courses. Additional material and more in-depth study should be typical of honors courses.
College Prep – Track I
Course Credits Required English 4 All 4 High School English Courses Math* 4 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II
One of the following:
Consumer Math Science 4 Biology I, Physical Science
Plus two of the following:
Environmental Science (.5 credit)
Health (.5 credit) History 4 MS Studies, Intro to Geography, World History,U.S., History, American Government, & Economics Foreign Language 1 Spanish I General Electives 2.5 Advanced Elective 1 Fine Art 1 Computer Applications .5 Total 22 20 credits must be academic credits *Bible is required each year at CCA. Students gain .5 credit each year for toward their general electives.
Academic Honors Track – Track II
Course Credits Required Required English 4 Math* 4 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Cal/Trig Science 4 Advanced Biology, Physical Science, Chemistry, Human Anatomy & Physiology
Plus Two of the following:
Anatomy & Physiology
Health History 4 MS Studies, Intro to Geography, World History, US History, American Government, & Economics Advanced Electives 2 Spanish I & II General Electives** 2.5 Fine Arts 1 Computer Applications* .5 Total 22 20 credits must be academic credits *Bible is required each year at CCA. Students gain .5 credit each year for toward their general electives.
Foundation in Entrepreneurship
Dual Enrollment through East MS Community College
Athletics – ½ credit
Two non-academic credits may be used to meet graduation requirements.
- All students are required to take the ACT to graduate. This test must be taken on or before the February testing date of a student’s senior year.
- School Code for Students: 250-651