Middle & High School: Grades 6-12

Fellowship Christian School seeks to prepare all of its students for the path God is leading them down.  In order to equip all students, several courses are offered to both Middle & High School (6th-12th Grade).  Class sizes remain no more than 15:1, in order to keep learning focused on individual student needs as well as give teachers time to jump deeper into each teaching.  Students are tested for math and English placement, to help place students where they will best excel as well as to help students gain confidence and necessary foundations to truly understand the material and teachings they are being presented with.

All students take Bible courses, annually.  in addition, we require all students to participate in 30 hours of community service in order to graduate from high school.  Our focus is not only on learning but on doing/serving God in all of the ways He teaches us.  It is important students get to not only read about, but also participate in all that the Lord is doing.  In this way, learning becomes actionable and prepares students for their future.

Courses Offered:

  • Bible
  • Computers
    • Keyboarding & Intro to Word Processing
    • Intro to Programming
    • Programming 2
  • Fine Arts
    • Art 1: Students explore a variety of media including acrylics, watercolor, pastels and sketching.  This is an introduction to first techniques.
    • Art 2: Students expand on their learning from Art 1 as well as work with clay, one and two point perspectives as well as digital media/photography.
    • Band: Students must have prior knowledge with an instrument before they can participate in band.  They must also come to class with their own instrument.  Band students are required to commit to the entire school year as well as participate in all school programs/events.
    • Choir: Choir students will prepare concert, worship music for school performances and community service/outreach opportunities.  Basic music theory is also taught.  Students are responsible for practicing outside of class as well as graded on active participation and effort, during class.  Students will be responsible for learning every song taught as well as will be in charge of leading Worship during Chapel.
    • Digital Arts: A combination of photography, yearbook editing & graphics and videography. Students will be learning how to use a camera (f stop, aperture, etc.) as well as working with different settings and backdrops, learn how to and complete a videography project as well as complete the school yearbook. Students will need to bring their own camera to class or rent one for the class.
    • Play Production: Students are required to produce a stage play.  Responsibilities include acting, stage craft/prop construction, make-up & theatrical design & technical jobs.
  • World Language
    • Spanish 1: Intro to Spanish & Cultures
    • Spanish 2: Conversational Spanish
    • Russian 1: Intro to Russian & Cultures
    • Russian 2: Conversational Russian
    • Russian 3: Conversations, Writing & Cultures
    • Russian 4: Russian Fluency (Reading, Writing, Speaking)
  • Language Arts
    • English 6
    • English 7
    • English 8
    • English 9
    • American Literature & Composition (AP or Honors also offered)
    • Creative Writing
    • Business Writing & Applications
    • Journalism
  • Mathematics
    • Math 6
    • Algebra 1/2
    • Algebra 1
    • Algebra 2
    • Geometry
    • Pre-Calculus
    • Calculus (AP and Honors also offered)
    • Statistics
    • Business Math
  • Science
    • Life Science & Zoology 1
    • Life Science & Zoology 2
    • Earth Science & Geology
    • Astronomy
    • General Science
    • Physical Science
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
    • Biology
  • Engineering
    • Intro to Engineering
  • Social Studies
    • Middle School World History & Geography
    • Middle School U.S. History
    • WA State History
    • U.S. History 1 (AP and Honors also offered)
    • U.S. History 2 (AP and Honors also offered)
    • World History & Geography
    • Ancient Civilizations
    • Government & Civics
  • Physical Education & Health
    • Health (1 semester required)
    • Team Sports
    • Individual & Dual Sports
    • Home Fit
    • Outdoor Skills: Students will be working outside, doing various projects and assignments, to include survival skills (camping, fishing, etc.), archery, hiking and others. Students will be required to participate in events/projects away from the school (off site), at times.
  • Occupational Education
    • Food & Nutrition (Culinary Arts 1)
    • Library Aide
    • Office Aide
    • Life Skills/Personal Choices: This class will prepare students for their future, having them create resumes, cover letters, portfolios, practice job interviews, apply for jobs, learn about personal finance, automotive purchasing options and insurance.
    • Yearbook: Students gain knowledge in computer graphics programs, photography & editing, layout and design, writing and communication skills, as well as marketing techniques and sales.  These students are responsible for creating, editing and submitting the Fellowship Christian School yearbook.  This is used to display all of the blessings of the ministry and to bring glory to God.
  • Additional Electives:
    • Criminal Justice
    • Intro to Law
    • Business Entrepreneurship:Students will be learning financial responsibility and tools through Budget Challenge software/simulation. The simulation involves being given a hypothetical salary/pay and learning how to budget with that pay/salary (paying rent, bills, etc.). It includes many real life situations, such as having their car or house broken into and them having to figure out what to do (including calling insurance, authorities, etc.) and hopefully having enough money saved to pay for the damage or dealing with the result of not having enough money.