High School

"The things you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you." - Philippians 4:9

MJCA is committed to building Kingdom Leaders in every facet of our school. We offer challenging courses and curriculum while ministering to the whole person mind, body and spirit. Jeremiah 29:11 says, "For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, to give you hope and a future." It is our prayer that MJCA will be a source to help students find out God's plan for their lives.

The high school program builds on the sound spiritual and academic foundations laid through the elementary and middle school programs of the school system. Instructional emphasis is organized in the areas of Bible, English, foreign language, mathematics and computer science, physical education, science, history, art, drama, band, and chorus.

The instructional program is amplified through practical opportunities for the development of leadership, service, special interests, and academic enrichment through student organizations and sports teams for boys and girls. An award-winning fine arts program - including band, choir, drama productions, and visual art - enhances the total educational experience at MJCA. A guidance center provides academic and personal counseling for students and their parents; career information; a testing program; and college materials.

 

 

7th Grade
Pre-Algebra
 
8th Grade
Algebra I and Physical Science (high school credits)
OR Advanced Math and Science 8
 
9th Honors
Honors World History
Bible I
Honors English I
Honors Biology
Honors Geometry
PE/Wellness
Electives (2)
9th College Preparatory
World History
Bible I
English I
Physical Science
Algebra I
PE/Wellness
Electives (2)
10th Honors
Honors English II
Spanish I
Bible II
Honors Algebra II
Honors Chemistry I
Business
Electives (2)
10th College Preparatory
English II
Spanish I
Bible II
Geometry
Biology
Business
Electives (2)
11th Honors
Honors Chemistry II
DC English or English III
DC PreCalculus/Trigonometry OR
PreCalculus/Trigonometry
Bible III
Spansh II
DC United States History
Electives (2)
11th College Preparatory
Anatomy/Physiolog
English III
Algebra II
 
Bible III
Spanish II
United States History
Electives (2)
12th Honors
Finance I
DC Speech
DC English or English IV
*Calculus (see below)
Honors Government/Economics
*Honors Physics
Bible IV
Electives (2)
12th College Preparatory
Finance I
 
English IV
PreCalculus/Trigonometry
Government/Economics
Chemistry I
Bible IV
Electives (2)
*Senior level math classes will include either AP Calculus OR DC Statistics/Calculus depending on the needs of the students. This decision will be made on a year to year basis.
*Must be enrolled in either Calculus or DC Math to take honors Physics. * Class offerings are subject to change.

 

 

Elective Choices
Journalism
Art I
Art II
Drama
Band
Boys' Weight Training
Girls' Weight Training
ACT Prep
Introduction to Nursing
Introduction to Teaching
Graphic Design
Exploring Fiction
Accounting
Chorus
Lifetime Sports
 
What is Dual Enrollment?
It is a program that allows eligible high school students to simultaneously enroll in a college course. The credits that students earn must be used toward both a high school graduation and are acceptable toward a college Associate or Baccalaureate degree, or Technical Certificate.
 
What are some of the benefits of Dual Enrollment?
  • Enriches the course opportunities for outstanding high school students.
  • Shortens the time to attain a college degree.
  • Provides students with college credit that is transferable to all universities accredited through the Tennessee Board of Regents and many universities with other accrediting agencies.
  • Grades earned through dual enrollment will become part of the students' permanent high school and college transcripts.
Who is eligible for the Dual Enrollment program?
Students who have:
  • Submitted adequate SAT/ACT scores.
  • Permission from the parent/guardian, high school principal and counselor.
  • An understanding that the amount of work necessary to succeed in dual enrollment courses will be greater than in high school courses. Students can earn up to twenty-seven college credits through the Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement courses offered at MJCA.