Students gain valuable experience in real-life project management through committee-based projects under the supervision and mentoring of staff advisors. Leadership class includes practical training in time management as well as the use of mind mapping, task maps, task lists, and taking minutes. Leadership skills are taught and modeled, including how to delegate, how to supervise others, and conflict management techniques. The following standing committees are active all year: Yearbook, Spirit, and Community Service. Other committees vary by semester.
High School Graduation Requirements
In order to graduate from Cornerstone Christian School, a student must:
- Complete 260 units of high school credit;
- Complete all the required courses or approved substitutes;
- Read 72 books on the High School Reading List or approved substitutes ( fewer books are required for those who attend CCS for less than four years);
- Complete a certain number of hours in community service projects during their high school years; and
- Participate in Field Day activities as required during his/her years at Cornerstone.
Seniors may elect to complete a Senior Project, or they may continue to participate in the high school Leadership class.
Curriculum Overview, 9-12
We choose textbooks from a variety of publishers. This allows us to have the best materials for each subject rather than being tied to any one publisher. To see a summary of what is taught in Sr. High, please click here.
Junior/Senior High Dress Code
Our junior/senior high students wear uniforms. Click here to download the current dress code.
Senior High Reading List
Students attending Cornerstone Christian High School must read 72 of the books on the required High School reading list (or approved substitutes) as part of graduation requirements.
The required numbers of books are adjusted when a student is not in high school for the full four years. To see the list, click here.
In Class Reading
During the normal school year many of the books on the required reading list are read in class. These count toward the requirement.
For every book a student reads, he must record the book’s title, type, author, page count, and plot or argument. He must then obtain a parent’s signature as a witness that he has indeed completed the entire book with a good measure of understanding. Click here to download the book submission form.