ICS High School curriculum is well-rounded, rigorous, flexible, personalized and diverse; and it is taught from a Biblical worldview perspective by subject specialists. High School requirements ensure students grow holistically by exposing them to a variety of courses. Courses are grouped in the following departments: Bible, English Language Arts, Math, Social Science, Science, Physical Education, World Languages (Mandarin and Spanish), Fine and Performing Arts, and Information Technology Literacy. Students follow personalized pathways based on readiness, interest, and need. Curriculum options provide them with sufficient flexibility to pursue their unique areas of interest while meeting minimum requirements for graduation in each department. In addition to face-to-face classes, students can take online learning courses to better meet their individual needs in any department.
Service learning and the development of the Expected School wide Learning Results (ESLRs) are essential aspects of the curricular and co-curricular program. Technology is integrated into the curriculum and uses Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) philosophy that allows for the choice of technology. Through the curriculum, including a rich co-curricular program, ICS in partnership with parents, seeks to equip students to serve and transform their communities, cultivate their character, nurture their God-given abilities, and prepare them in developmentally appropriate ways for life, including tertiary education.
ICS offers Advanced Placement (AP) courses for our High School students. AP courses give students the opportunity to access university-level coursework and earn university credit and placement. The course content for our AP courses is designed and approved by the College Board. ICS currently offers 24 AP courses, taught by our qualified teachers. AP allows for flexibility based on the student's key strengths and preferred subjects. For more information on our AP courses and curriculum, you may contact the ICS Secondary School office.