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High School curriculum


Chaplain Zach Justice delivers a Bible lesson.

Bible Curriculum

The Bible is the foundation of the Christian faith and therefore, at ULCS the Bible is a vital part of our community and curriculum.  We want to foster an environment that allows honest interaction with Scripture that encourages questioning and seeking truth in the context of a relationship with Jesus Christ.  We also want to impart the tools that will help guide today’s youth through tomorrow’s challenges...

High School Math Curriculum

Mathematics is taught each year by spiraling through previously taught concepts and then expanding on them.  This allows students to strengthen past knowledge, before continuing on through new concepts. In math our students work through abstract problems, as well as solving word problems.  Problem-solving techniques in word problems allow students to see real-world examples of mathematics, and to prepare them for college entrance examinations.


High School English Curriculum

In English—whether we are memorizing vocabulary, crafting essays, or analyzing literature—we are part of a God-blessed process. When we work with words, we take part in the medium God used to speak His creation into being, the beautiful gift He fashioned to convey ideas and give life to dreams. God, Himself, modeled the most excellent, accurate, and uplifting communication and placed a high priority on preserving words in written form. Therefore, we derive our standards of excellence in all genres from the Bible as we aim to prepare students for higher level thinking and communication skills. In addition, we are privileged to offer Dual Credit English through Davis College. This enables our high school seniors to earn college credits right here on our ULCS campus.

High School Science Curriculum

The mission of the Science Department is to glorify God by providing a Christ-centered science education under the authority of God’s Word. We will see science in the framework of a biblical worldview. In learning science, students will understand and apply scientific concepts, principles, and theories pertaining to the physical setting and living environments.

High School History

In social studies we investigate the development of the human community by studying geography, history, economics, politics, and anthropology.  In our exploration we discover the brokenness of many ideologies and institutions and consider biblical alternatives to cultural, institutional, and national development.

Foreign Language- Spanish

The study of a world language leads students to develop appreciation for the richness of other cultures, the intricacies of verbal and written communication, and, by contrast, the peculiarities of our own culture and language system. We offer two years of Spanish.

“Now I commit you to God and to the word of his grace, which can build you up and give you an inheritance among all those who are sanctified.” Acts 20:32