Course Sequence

The following table describes the normal sequence of courses.  New students with existing credits are encouraged to seek counsel for specialized plans that will satisfy graduation requirements.

Freshman

           Theology – Theology I

                                Foundation: The Case for Creation by Fiat against Evolution

                                Faith: The Doctrine of the Bible

                                Family: Work as Vocation

           Humanities I – Western Civilization I: Ancient/Medieval

           Science – Nature

           Language – Greek I

           Math – Algebra I

Sophomore

           Theology – Theology II

                                Foundation: Pluralism: The Absolute Faith in a Multicultural Age

                                Faith: The Doctrine of God

                                Family: Personal Finances

           Humanities II – Western Civilization II: Reformation/Modern Europe

           Science – Biology

           Language – Greek II

           Math – Geometry

Junior

           Theology – Theology III

                                Foundation: Social Order: The Hierarchy of the Universe

                                Faith: The History of Redemption

                                Family: Marriage

           Humanities III – American History & Literature

           Science – Chemistry

           Language – Logic

           Math – Algebra II

Senior

           Theology – Theology IV

                                Foundation: Postmodernism, Epistemology, and Hermeneutics

                                Faith: The Doctrine of Salvation

                                Family: Parenting

           Humanities IV – Public Policy: Civics, Economics, Medicine

           Science – Physics

           Language – Rhetoric

           Math – Precalculus/Trigonometry

Elective Options        

           Public School Non-Core Elective (e.g. art, band, music, PE)

           ISD Career Center (e.g. construction trades)

           Dual Enrollment (e.g. calculus)

           Online Course