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High School

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High School Academics

High School
Chapel Schedule:

Maintaining the highest academic standard is a priority at Lubbock Christian School. We challenge each student to achieve maximum potential in every area of learning.

All School Chapel – second Tuesday of each month

Eagle Athletic Center | 8:55 am – 9:30 am

Jr. High and High School Chapel – Monday through Friday

Auditorium | 9:00 am – 9:30 am

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Challenging Bible Curriculum

For students preparing to graduate, Bible instruction encourages a love for Godly knowledge and spiritual disciplines that will serve students throughout their lifelong journey.

  • Introduce and instruct students in every book of the Bible
  • Help students apply God’s Word to their lives
  • Stimulate life-long service to the Lord
  • Develop life-long biblical study habits

Graduation Requirements

Core Requirements for all students:


4.0 Units


3.0 Units


2.0 Units

social studies

3.5 Units


0.5 Units


0.5 Units

Foreign Language

2.0 Units

A. 2 must be from Algebra 1, Algebra II, and Geometry

B. Biology I and Chemistry

C. World History, World Geography, US History, & Government

physical education

1.5 Units


0.5 Units


4.0 Units


1.0 Units

fine arts

1.0 Units


0.5 Units


D. Must be the same language

E. Athletics past 1.5 units does not count as electives

F. The minimum requirement

Lubbock Christian School is pleased to offer three diploma options. The administration strongly recommends the Honors or Advanced Honors Programs. Parental permission is required for any student selecting the regular diploma.


Basic Diploma – 26 Total Units

The basic requirements and two additional units of electives


Honors Diploma – 27 Total Units

In addition to the basic requirements, a student must complete one additional elective and one additional unit of science. Consumer math does not count as one of the three math units needed for this diploma.

Students must also choose ONE of the following:

  • One additional unit of math from Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalculus, or dual credit Trig/PreCal for a total of 4 units
  • One additional unit of science for a total of 4 units
  • One additional unit of foreign language for a total of 3 units of the same foreign language

Advanced Honors Diploma – Total 28 Units

In addition to the basic requirements, students must complete two additional units of science for a total of 4 units, one additional unit of math for a total of 4 units (math units must be from Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalculus or dual credit Trig/PreCal), and one additional unit of foreign language for a total of 3 units of the same language.

GPA Calculations

Students who retake failed classes at LCS or LISD summer school will receive that credit and the new grade will be recorded on the transcript and used to calculate GPA. The failing grade will remain on the transcript but not count toward the GPA. In some instances, students may receive credit through a credit-by-exam (CBE) through TTU for failed classes. The CBE grade will be on the transcript but is not used in calculating GPAs.

Students are allowed two credits from summer school and/or LISD online classes, and two credits from correspondence courses to count toward graduation requirements. Credit from CBEs are counted as correspondence credits. Students electing to take summer school (LISD online) or correspondence courses for advancement must get prior approval from the principal or counselor.

All 9th through 11th grade students must be enrolled in 7 classes (not including athletics).

Finals Exemption Policy

The purpose of the Lubbock Christian School exemption policy is to promote improved attendance and behavior in order to improve academic performance, while keeping the integrity and high expectations of academic excellence. Testing exemptions are as follows:

Freshmen and Sophomores



Online/Dual Credit/ or college course finals will NOT count as one of the required final exams.

Students that have been assigned multiple demerits or suspensions during the semester lose exemptions for that semester. Any fines, dues or equipment must be “cleared” prior to finals week.

School activity absences do not count against total number of absences.

College Prep and Information

Lubbock Christian School is dedicated to helping students prepare for college. There are many aspects of preparing for college other than successfully graduating from high school. These include, but are not inclusive, selecting and applying to college, paying for college, standardized testing for admissions, obtaining scholarships and career exploration.


Mrs. Rita Pritchett
Guidance Counselor

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APPLY TEXAS – Admission information for every Texas Public University, plus some private and two-year schools. Students can apply online for admission and scholarships to more than one college without having to start over.

COLLEGE FOR ALL TEXAS – Information about college admissions, scholarships, financial aid, and careers

BIG FUTURE by College Board – Find colleges, pay for college and make a plan.

FAFSA – Free application for Federal Student Aid (required by most colleges for any type of financial awards)

SAT – Online registration for the SAT. Be sure to include our school code when registering: 444-349

ACT – Online registration for the ACT and much more information about preparing for college and careers. Be sure to include our school code when registering: 444-349

TEXAS COLLEGE AND CAREER – A one-stop, no-cost college and career planning resource site for all Texas secondary students, parents and educators.

MAPPING YOUR FUTURE – Explore careers, prepare for college, pay for college and manage your money

THE COLLEGE SUMMIT APP MAP – This unique website has links for college success steps for 9th – 12th grade students – interest inventories, preparing for college, choosing a college, paying for college and much more.

FINAID – The smart student guide to financial aid.

EDUCATION PLANNER – Explore careers, search colleges and scholarships, financial aid information and much more.

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What is the difference between the ACT and SAT?

The ACT is an achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school. The SAT is more of an aptitude test, testing reasoning and verbal abilities.

The ACT has up to 5 components: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and an optional Writing Test. The SAT has only 3 components: Critical Reasoning, Mathematics, and a required Writing Test.

The College Board introduced a new version of the SAT in 2005, with a mandatory writing test. ACT continues to offer its well-established test, plus an optional writing test. You take the ACT Writing Test only if required by the college(s) you’re applying to.

The SAT has a correction for guessing. That is, they take off for wrong answers. The ACT is scored based on the number of correct answers with no penalty for guessing.

The ACT has an Interest Inventory that allows students to evaluate their interests in various career options.

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Course Description


9th grade

10th grade

11th grade


9th grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

fine art

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algebra I

algebra II



anatomy &




social studies


cold war

world geography



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