Our high school program aims to help form adults who are well-rounded, independent thinkers. Students in 8th-12th grade have entered the rhetoric stage of learning, in which they begin to argue persuasively about a topic, synthesize information, and discern truth. While our program is academically rigorous, character development is an equally important component. We believe each individual has the ability to succeed and thrive in the plans God has for their lives. All of our students are required to regularly participate in public speaking and drama performances, service projects in the community, as well job and college/vocational exploration and observations. Our high school curriculum provides courses in Latin (four years' worth for our high school students), logic, rhetoric, classical music appreciation and theory, composition, science, mathematics, and cycles of ancient, medieval, and modern history and literature.