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High School

Empowering students to take charge of their future

High School

High school students are ready for the next level of independence, responsibility and decision making. When students are given the opportunity to take action on issues affecting them, they develop self confidence and become more proactive in their learning. 

Empowered students are motivated. The students who are motivated to learn have higher achievement, show better understanding of concepts they are taught, and are more satisfied with school. The focus of the high school is to continue the tradition of teamwork among the school, faculty, staff, and community to build a supportive network. 

Our high school is a personalized experience as students navigate their lives as young adults. It will provide opportunities for growth and increased responsibility. Students will have a balanced approach to academics, enrichments, and connections to the community. They will discover their strengths as they grow and learn and will have a caring school community to support them on their journey. 

Opportunities for independent study, online classes, and dual enrollment classes are available through Louisiana State University.

College Advisory

The high school College Advisory program includes:
  • Strong Campbell counseling from a certified administrator to help students focus on interest areas for electives and college majors
  • Meetings with parents to plan their long-term goals for their student
  • Management of digital portfolios to help with student activities
  • Visits to colleges/universities
  • Dedicated research time to help students find their best fit
  • Personal 4-year planning with faculty
  • Help with essay writing for applications
  • Timeline help with deadlines junior and senior year
  • Advisory time included in their schedule
  • Mastery Prep for ACT feedback and practice

Student-Center Schedule

Modified Block Schedule

Our South Campus uses a modified block schedule. As educators, we are driven by the question of how we can best serve our students. After careful research, consultation and evaluation it was determined that a modified block schedule would best meet the needs of our students. 

A block schedule with longer class periods has been proven to lower student stress levels and increase student engagement in classes. A block schedule format also prepares students for their transition to college coursework and schedules. 

Educational research and best-practices from top independent school consultants are clear that block schedules improve a student’s learning experience by: 

  1. Reducing the stressful, frenetic pace of preparing for and transitioning between several classes a day, and 

  2. Increasing student engagement with more time for project orientation and teacher interaction in all courses. 

Reduced stress – A block schedule allows students to prepare for 3 – 4 classes each evening (instead of all 6 or 7 in the current schedule). During the day student stress levels are lowered by fewer interruptions in their learning. Increased engagement – A student attending 3 – 4 academic classes a day (instead of 6 or 7) benefit from this type of schedule. Projects and labs can be completed in one period instead of several and deeper relationships can be formed in classes with groups spending more concentrated class time together. Students are only preparing for 3-4 classes each evening, which leads to greater depth of learning and more opportunities to seek help from teachers before their class meets next. 

Additionally, students have a 40 minute lunch period to allow for time for clubs and collaborative meetings. This reduces the number of after school commitments a student has to juggle during the week. Our middle and high school students’ class day begins at 8:25 am and end at 3:25 pm.

Course Offerings


Biology I
Biology I Advanced
Physical Science
Physical Science Advanced
Chemistry I
Chemistry I Advanced
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Human Anatomy and Physiology Advanced
Environmental Science
Environmental Science Advanced
Environmental Science AP
AP Physics

*AP = Advanced Placement


Algebra I
Algebra I Advanced
Geometry Advanced
Algebra II
Algebra II Advanced
Algebra III
Pre-Calculus (non-DE)
Pre-Calculus Advanced (non-DE)
Calculus - Dual Enrollment through LSU
Calculus Advanced (non-DE)
Math 1021:  College Algebra (Fall) - Dual Enrollment through LSU
Math 1022: Plane Trigonometry (Spring) - Dual Enrollment through LSU
Trigonometry - Dual Enrollment through LSU
Math 1530: *Differential Calculus (Fall) - Dual Enrollment through LSU
Math 1540: *Integral Calculus (Spring) - Dual Enrollment through LSU
     *Both courses required for Calculus I college transfer credit


English I:  My Perspectives 9
English I:  My Perspectives 9 Advanced
English II:  My Perspectives 10
English II:  My Perspectives 10 Advanced
English III
English 1001: English Language and Composition - Dual Enrollment through LSU
English IV
English 2000: Composition II - Dual Enrollment through LSU
English 2025: Fiction - Dual Enrollment through LSU


Civics Advanced
Human Geography
Human Geography Advanced
AP Human Geography
American Government
American Government Advanced
AP Government
US History
US History Advanced
US History AP
History of Religion
AP Psychology

*AP = Advanced Placement

World Language

Spanish I:  Spanish Conversation and Culture Level 1
Spanish II:  Spanish Conversation and Culture Level 2
Spanish III: Online

Physical Education & Health

PE:  Individual Sport Development
PE II: Design Fitness into Your Life
Athletic PE

Arts & Electives

Vocal Ensemble
Choir I
Choir II
Choir III
Choir IV

Advanced Band
Advanced Band II

Art I
Art II
Art IV

Personal Finance

Intro to Culinary Arts
Culinary Arts II

Public Speaking
Digital Media

Frequently Asked Questions

What grades does the South Campus serve?

Our South Campus serves our middle and high school students (7th - 12th grade).

Does the tuition increase for the high school?

No! Our tuition is the same for students kindergarten through 12th grade.

How will I get my children to both campuses on-time?

We provide bus transportation between both campuses. Additionally, our South Campus hours are 8:25am until 3:25pm.

Is an athletic program offered for high school students?

Yes! We have joined the ACEL to provide sports such as boys and girls basketball, track, cheerleading and volleyball. Our middle school students will continue to compete in the CCAL for volleyball, basketball, football, and track. We also offer life sports such as swimming, tennis and golf.

Do you offer dual enrollment classes?

Yes, for those students who apply and meet university standards.  Dual enrollment classes will be held on our school campus through LSU.

For enrollment information, please contact Hannah Johnson, Director of Admissions at 337-433-5246 or [email protected]