Throughout the year, students can experience a variety of events to participate in! During the fall, students can enjoy pumpkin fest and fall brawl, as well as class trips for Juniors and Seniors. In the spring, we have a Jr/Sr banquet and a field day at the end of the semester. Our student body officers plan out multiple spirit days during the year for students to participate in!
Encore is an audition based vocal group consisting of students in 9th-12th grades. They perform in chapels and compete in the state fine arts competition.
Rejoice is an audition based vocal group consisting of students in 7th-8th grades. They perform in chapels and compete in the state fine arts competition.
Each year students can audition to be part of the school play with two performance dates held in late fall.
Quill & Scroll is a journalistic branch of honor society. Candidates must have a high GPA, good Christian character, and be recommended by the yearbook advisor.
Students are inducted into Honor Society with a GPA 91 or above in their junior and senior year. Christian character is also a consideration when selecting students for this high honor. Every other year the Honor Society takes a trip to California.
Student council has a responsibility to come up with new ideas that will help the student body become more unified with an emphasis on spiritual growth. Students, staff, and faculty vote each year in the election held for student body candidates.
Each grade has a field trip that provides opportunities for education and camaraderie between classmates. Sophomores visit Pigeon Forge, TN, juniors visit Washington, DC, and seniors visit New York City.
Jr. Sr. Banquet is a formal affair for all juniors and seniors. Students have the opportunity to enjoy a formal event comprised of dinner, skits, songs, and a speaker.
Students can try out for many sports, including cheerleading throughout the year. Junior varsity and varsity levels are available.
Students enjoy a weekend day off campus with classmates and staff. Students enjoy games, competition, food, and more.
Every one is ready for a break at the end of the year. High school students all join together for a fun day of competition, games, and food!
Homecoming is a formal event in which two students are selected per grade to represent their class. Four senior students are selected by their peers to become King/Queen and Prince/Princess.
High school students dress up in spirit day themes to show school pride and get ready for major sporting events.