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 admission to a two year college.
–Honors Track II requires 22 credits and meets all 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 AND Geometry or Algebra II Science 4 Biology I History 4 MS Studies, Intro to Geography, World History, American Government, & Economics Electives:
Consumer Math, Drama I & II, Speech Debate, Career Development, Accounting I, Journalism (.5 credit)
.5 Credit 5.5 Computer* .5 Bible Bible class is required each year TOTAL 22 CREDITS *NOTES: Carnegie units may be awarded in 8th grade for Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Foreign Language and entry level computer.
Academic Honors Track – Track II
Course Credits Required Required English 4 Math* 4 Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Cal/Trig Science 4 Biology, Chemistry,
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 Bible Bible Course is required each year *Note: Carnegie Units may be awarded in 8th grade for Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Foreign Language, and entry level computer
** Two non-academic electives (i.e. athletics) may be used to meet graduation requirements.
• Consumer Math
• Drama I and Drama II
• Speech Debate
• Career Development
• Accounting I
• Journalism (½ credit for full year)
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