Upper School

Our youth at the Junior/Senior High level are offered core classes, bible class, and a number of other academic courses and electives to complement our program.

Junior High School Courses

Grade 6: Bible, English/Grammar, Mathematics, Science, Ancient Civilization, Study Skills, Phys. Ed., Art & Music.

Grade 7: Bible, English/Grammar, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Phys. Ed., Art, Music.

Grade 8: Bible, English/Grammar, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Phys. Ed, Art, Music.

High School Courses

Grade 9: Bible, English/Grammar, Mathematics, Science, History, Health, Foreign Language, and Phys. Ed., Art, Music.

Grade 10: Bible, English/Grammar, Mathematics, Science, History, Foreign Language, and Phys. Ed., Music.

Grade 11: Bible, English or Dual-Enrollment English, Mathematics, Science, History, and Phys. Ed., Art, Music.

Grade 12: Bible, English or Dual-Enrollment English, Mathematics, Science, History, Ramsey Solutions Foundation in Personal Finance, and Phys. Ed., Art, Music.

Electivies

Grades 6-12: Music Theory, Chorus, Band, Worship Team, Foreign Languages (8th grade).

Grades 9-12: Bible Elective, Foreign Languages, Entrepreneurship, Studio Art, Chorus, Band, Music Theory, Computer Science.

Grades 11-12: Yearbook, Art – Independent Study, Dual-Enrollment college classes.

In order to graduate from MVCS, a student must earn at least 24 credits (20 non-Bible credits). All students are required to take a minimum of 6 credits during each of the four years at MVCS. The following is the distribution of credits that a student is required to earn prior to graduation: Bible 4.0 credits, English 4.0 credits, Mathematics 3.0 credits, Science (Biology Required) 3.0 credits, Social Studies (U.S. History Required) 3.0 credits, Health 0.5 credits, Physical Education 1.6 credits, The Fine Arts (music & art) 1.6 credits.
Electives 3.4 credits

The Fine Arts requirement may consist of credits from the following: Studio Art, Art History, Yearbook, Choir, Concert Band, and Music Theory, Independent Study.

Electives include: Foreign Language (2 years are required for most colleges), Evangelism, Teaching Assistant, and extra classes beyond the required number of credits in any of the above categories.

Extra-curricular activities are made available as possible. Activities may include: music/drama events, math olympics, spelling bees, etc.

Sports programs for the Junior/Senior High students may include: soccer, volleyball, golf, cross country, basketball, and track.

National Honor Society

Membership is an honor bestowed upon a student. Selection for membership is by a faculty council and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service.

PSATs and SATs 

At MVCS PSATs are administered in October for 10th graders and in the spring for 9th graders. SATs are offered following the College Board schedule for SATs.

Online Course Catalog

MVCS offers some dual credit courses and online learning opportunities for some courses. Learn more about the online courses available by visiting the course catalog. Coming soon!

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