We do not have uniforms, however, we do have a dress code. You can find more information in our family handbook, available for digital download at the right of this page!
Do you offer a lunch program for the students?
At this time, we do not offer a hot lunch program for our students. However, refrigerators and microwaves are available for students to heat and cool their food. A vending machine with concession type items (chips, granola bars, etc.) is also available.
Are you affiliated with any denomination?
We are a non-denominational Christian School. We base all of our teachings solely on Biblcal Principles. Our student population represents 25+ churches and a variety of denominations.
Do you require students to use the King James Version (KJV)?
Yes. We believe in the inerrancy of God's Word. As such, we use KJV because it is the most accurate English translation. We require that students use it for all Bible courses and scripture memory.
Do students receive a full high school diploma upon graduation?
Yes! Our students graduate with a diploma that is accepted by 100% of colleges and higher institutions! In fact, 90%+ of our college applicants are accepted to the university of their choice.
Do you offer dual-credit college classes to students?
Absolutely! We are proud to offer a broad range of dual-credit classes to our high school students through Crowder College! These classes provide college credits at just a fraction of the cost! Crowder is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and credits are transferable to most other colleges and universities. Many of our students have graduated with more than 15+ college credit hours!
How many course hours are required for graduation?
We require 25 course hours for high school graduation. For more information, please download the "Family Handbook", located under the Admissions Tab.
Can students participate in the SRTC program?
Scott Regional Tech Center (SRTC) is a vocational training opportunity in Monett! Culinary Arts, Information Technology, and Diesel Tech are just a few of the programs offered. Our students may participate in these programs during afternoons of their junior and senior years providing they are on track regarding the number of course hours required for graduation.