Middle & High school is such an important educational experience for each student. It should prepare them for college and for life outside of school. At CIA, we provide not only the essential academic knowledge to achieve success beyond high school, but also the real-life skills required to truly excel in life. Our classrooms are fun, yet respectful; exciting, yet stimulating; and faith-based, yet academically rigorous. With an 18:1 student-teacher ratio, our teachers can deliver the best educational experience to each of their students.
What We Teach
At CIA, we seek to provide an education that will give each of our students knowledge and skills they can use throughout their lives. This is done by exposing them to a variety of subjects. We focus on teaching fact-based history and science, traditional and creative courses, as well as classes to help them deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Below are the courses we offer:
- Bible Studies
- Economics classes – Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace and home economics
- Engineering and Astrobiology
- English classes – grammar, composition, and literature
- Graphic Design
- Ground school
- History classes – Alaskan history and civics, American history, geography, and world history
- Math classes – Algebra I and II, calculus, and geometry
- Outdoor Education
- Science classes – biology, chemistry, physical science, and physics
We also offer our high school students the opportunity to take college courses through Colorado Christian College.
These credits count both for high school and college credit.
- English Composition
- English Literature
*Family members of the students may also take these college courses. The fee for each college course is $250.
High school students are required to take 25 credits, including 4 years of Bible, and Algebra I for graduation.
We encourage 4 years of Math and Science.
We provide a variety of sports opportunities for our junior high and high school students.
Our junior high and high school students may become a part of the Student Council, the National Honor Society, or the National Junior Honor Society.
Both our high and junior high school students attend a retreat program at the beginning of the year for class bonding and to set the spiritual tone of the current school year.
Junior High school students float the Yukon River every other year on their retreat and visit historical Alaska places.
High school students go on a retreat camp that includes swimming, zip-lining, and other games.
Our school has been to Russia, China, Brazil, Mexico, Europe, Belize, and numerous cities all over the U.S. for mission work.
Students raise their own funds to help build homes, clean up communities, build relationships, and experience a once-in-a-lifetime mission trip.
Visit our contact page or give us a call to ask about our current mission trip activities!