Bible classes include: Studies through specific books of the Bible, Epistles, New Testament and Old Testament Survey, Theology, Apologetics, and Classic Christian Literature.
Mathematics courses include Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Analysis, Calculus.
English courses include research and writing, American Literature, World Literature, and British Literature.
Social Studies courses include American and World History, World Geography and Cultures, Civics and Economics.
Science studies include Life Science, Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Human Anatomy and Physiology.
Non-core and elective studies include Spanish, Communications, Fine Arts, Health, Physical Education, Visual Arts, Yearbook, Drama, Vocal Music and Instrumental Music.
Private Music Lessons are available in voice, piano, strings, wind and percussion instruments.
Through our comprehensive Bible curriculum, biblical integration in classes and extra-curricular activities and positive relationships with Christian role models, students can develop a biblical world view.
Extensive Field Experience support the learning experiences. Coastal studies on the Marine Science Class trip, a tour through the state of Georgia, environmental studies in the mountains and a trip to New York are part of the upper school experience at Lafayette Christian School.
Extracurricular Activities give students the opportunity to develop their God-given talents and pursue their interests outside the classroom. Opportunities to develop leadership skills come through many student-led activities. Events include Homecoming, the Yuletide Punctillio, Community Work Day, Prom, and Student Council.
Relationships built in middle and high school as well as the community in which we live shape our lives forever. In the community at Lafayette Christian School, a student is given the opportunity to grow in his relationship with Jesus Christ. In addition, rich relationships with students, teachers, and coaches are developed and strengthened.
Service gives the opportunity to give back (it is more blessed to give than to receive), develop leadership (be faithful in little and you will be entrusted with much), and find self-identity and self-worth. Upper school students have numerous opportunities to mentor younger students, and take positions of leadership in clubs and organizations and on athletic teams.
Athletics is an integral part of our program used to help the student become a well-rounded individual, striving toward his God-given potential. The athletic program provides well-planned and well-balanced inter-scholastic activities. Through athletics, physical skills are learned, relationships are fostered, and character is built.