University Christian High School
University Christian High School offers a strong academic Christian education. The curriculum includes a daily chapel service and Bible studies. Students also study different worldviews and learn how to analyze them.
All students have a daily Bible class, and some upper level students lead smaller Bible study groups for the rest of the school (called CELL groups). Student leaders are trained on a weekend retreat.
The school’s mission is to “inspire each student to achieve excellence in… servant leadership.” It encourages students to put their faith into action. Beyond the classroom, students participate in a week of service each year after exams and classes are over. The program includes small engine repair, scuba diving, Chemistry with Kids, and ice skating. Students also participate in local missions and educational trips around the world.
This college preparatory school offers a rigorous academic curriculum that integrates Christian truth into all subjects. Instructors use a biblical worldview and view the spiritual growth of students as one of their primary goals.
CCHS has an academically challenging, college-preparatory curriculum with AP and dual-credit courses. The school also provides a variety of fine arts offerings, including music, drama, art, photography, and journalism. In addition, students are exposed to the classical model of education with a focus on language arts, math, science, and history. They are taught to examine worldviews through an analytical lens to discern philosophical errors.
UCHS students are challenged to pursue excellence in their academic studies and are supported as they develop their character through competitive athletics. They discover their skills and aptitudes, hone leadership qualities, learn teamwork, and build a strong foundation for life.
The student-led Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) encourages all students to build deeper faith, meaningful relationships with peers and coaches, and stronger connections through food, fun and fellowship. This ministry is open to all students whether they play, support or coach.
In this rivalry match-up, UC will try to rebound from its district 1-1M loss to Providence and stay in the playoff hunt. RB Alan Woods III (988 rushing yards, 13 TDs) will lead the way for a potent rushing attack while LB Luke Thomas (54 tackles, 9 TFL, 3 INT, 2 sacks) and S/LB Dah’kari Gilley power a stout defense. UC will also look for contributions from WR Jenoa Alford and QB Colin Hurley (1,123 passing yards, 14 TDs). Students in ninth and tenth grade take all of their classes at UCHS, and juniors and seniors can choose many of the same AP classes offered on campus at Lenoir-Rhyne University.
Students at University Christian High School are challenged to grow in their faith and develop the skills of critical thinking. They are encouraged to explore their interests in the arts, sports, and service. Many of the students have participated in community service and mission trips around the world. They are also taught to think critically and analyze the Scriptures with a biblical worldview.
Students learn in a classroom setting that encourages collaboration, communication, and creativity. The school has a strong academic program and an outstanding fine arts department. It also offers multiple athletic opportunities, a drama team, and an honors music studio.
The school has a unique model for education called the “university model.” Students take classes on campus two days each week and complete seatwork at home on alternate days. As they progress to junior and senior year, students start to follow a college schedule. This gives them experience and prepares them for higher learning.
UCHS students are involved in their community on a daily basis. Whether it’s through competitive athletics, a new club or service opportunity, students discover their passions while learning to work as part of a team. They build friendships and develop a sense of responsibility that carries into the college years.
Through the student organization SPP, our students are exposed to a variety of topics that expand their academic understanding of the intersection of faith and public policy. Through discussion, guest speakers, service opportunities and fellowship, students learn how their Christian worldview can be applied to real-life situations and make an impact for good in the public square.
The Future Healthcare Workers Club provides students with an opportunity to explore different career paths through interaction with professionals in the field, guest speakers and planned medical-themed activities. Students also seek out opportunities to volunteer and serve in the local medical field such as with Co-op Christian Ministries’ Medical Clinic.