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Senior High / Overview

Dean of Faculty & Academic Affairs
Dr. David Balik

Director of Operations
Dr. Gene Branham

Dean of Students
Mr. Jay Mathews

Women's Advisor
Mrs. Anne Reddick

Athletic Director
Mr. Fred Yancey

Guidance Director
Mrs. Andrea Smith

6255 Cahaba Valley Road
Birmingham, AL 35242

Phone:        776-5900
Fax:             776-5906

 High School Bell Schedule.

9th - 12th Grade Hours       8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Regular Office Hours           7:30 am - 4:00 pm

Luke 2:52 gives the model for developing a student: "And Jesus grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men." High school is the time when all the foundational work of earlier years comes to fruition and when preparation for college and vocation takes center stage. Many adults look back on high school as ‘the best time of their lives.' While this is not our ultimate goal, we certainly want students to fondly remember these important teenage years.

One goal is to provide our students with a comprehensive, college preparatory academic program that prepares them to succeed in college and in life. We want to guide them as they select a college or university and help them as they make decisions about career planning. We want students to have a broad based, Biblically informed education that prepares them for effective leadership and service in the 21st century.

An integral part of our high school is the spiritual training students receive through Bible classes. Introductory Bible during the freshman years lays the bedrock for developing a Biblical world and life view. Bible classes are application oriented. Service and ministry are greatly emphasized as well as mission outreach. Our goal is to help students think Biblically so they can live Christianly.

High School is also a fun time of exploring and participating in many activities. Through a wide array of sports (football, volleyball, cross country, basketball, tennis, track, soccer, baseball, cheerleading and golf) and fine arts (art, band, choir, hand bells, drama and debate), students are able to use their abilities, talents and interest and expand the horizons before them. In addition, there are club, honor societies and special events that round out the high school experience. These extracurricular activities can have a lifelong impact on young people and create lifelong memories.

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