Our high school includes grades nine through twelve. With a reputation for academic excellence and a strong commitment to Reformed, Christian principles, the high school has seen substantial growth in recent years.
Zion offers a rigorous, liberal arts curriculum appropriate for college preparation and vocational training. We trust that our students will learn to the best of their abilities, as they are called to do all things as unto the Lord (Col 3:23). We expect that our administrators, teachers, and students alike will strive joyfully and zealously to discover, exercise, and develop all the gifts God has given them.
Click here to view Zion’s curriculum guide, which includes descriptions of all junior high and high school classes.
A Zion education is about more than memorizing facts. We believe it is important for students to develop strong communication and critical thinking skills, honed through a focused curriculum accompanied by meaningful dialogue with mentors and peers.
Without strong communication and critical thinking skills, students are unable to convey their thoughts (including the gospel message) to others in a meaningful way. In contrast, students armed with these tools are strong candidates to serve as leaders in the workforce and as advocates for the cause of Christ.
Throughout their high school years, students will meet with an academic adviser for assistance in such areas as program planning, test interpretation, career information, college applications, and job information.
As Christians, we take comfort in the fact that our God is sovereign and orchestrates our steps. In this context, our guidance department focuses on the discovery of students’ callings and how they may serve God in the vocation of their choosing. Throughout their high school years, Zion students are given the tools to evaluate their aptitude and interest in a variety of fields. Equipped with this knowledge, students and parents are able to make informed decisions regarding college and vocation.