TESTING

  • Kindergarten through sixth grade are given the STAR Literacy tests three times yearly. (August, January, and May)

  • Grades 1-6 are given the Stanford 10 Achievement Tests and the Otis-Lennon Ability Test.
  • Grades 7-9 are given the Stanford 10 Achievement Tests
  • Grade 10 has the opportunity to take the ACT weekday test in the spring
  • Grades 10-11 have the opportunity to take the PSATNMQT
  • Grades 11-12 have the opportunity to take the ACT weekday test in either the fall or spring
  • Grades 11-12 have the opportunity to take the ASVAB

Elementary Programs

  • K-4 and K-5:  
    • Abeka - Reading, Language, Math, Religion, Science, and Social Studies
  • 1st Grade: 
    • Phono Visual Phonics: Language Harcourt Reading
  • 1st - 6th Grade:
    • Math - Abeka
    • Science and Social Studies - Abeka
    • Reading - Harcourt
  • 2nd - 3rd Grade:
    • Writing with Phonics - Abeka
  • 4th - 6th Grades:
    • Language - Houghton-Mifflin Language and Silver Burdett Language
  • Special Area Classes (Meet once a week):
    • Library-Accelerated Reading and Math, STAR Reading
    • Art, Music, Computer, PE
    • Chapel once a week with daily devotions and prayer
  • Recess: 
    • Elementary - once a day
    • K4 & K5 - twice a day

Junior high and High School

Grammar, Literature, Math 7, Pre-Algebra, Transitional Algebra, Algebra I, Science, Social Studies, Key Boarding, Computer Applications, Career Education, Music Appreciation, Choir, Band, Leader in Me, Local Culture

Bible I, II, World Views, English I, II, III, IV, Honors English I, II, III, IV, Dual Enrollment Speech, Pre-Algebra, Transitional Algebra, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Honors Algebra I, II, Honors Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Senior Math, Biology I, II, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry I, II,
Physics, Botany, Environmental Science, Physical Science, US History, World History, Advanced World Geography, Government, Civics, Mississippi History, Geography, Keyboarding, Computer Applications, Advanced Computer, Spanish I, II, Health, Art I, II, III, Accounting, and Band
  • Honors courses are on an accelerated scale with an A being worth 5 quality points, B worth 4 quality points, C worth 3 quality points, D worth 2 quality points.
    • Honors English I, II, III, IV, Algebra I, II, Geometry
    • Dual Enrollment Speech, Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra, Calculus, Physics, Human A&P
  • Career Technical Education (CTE) courses are offered through Hinds Community College.  These may also be taken as dual enrollment.
  • On-line courses are offered through MAIS.