High School

The goal of GPCS’s high school program is to prepare students for college and, ultimately, for discovering God’s destiny for their lives. We do this through a rigorous, biblically integrated academic program, the cultivation of critical and creative thinking skills, multiple opportunities to serve the needs of others, opportunities for extracurricular enrichment, and not least, a moral and ethical foundation anchored in God’s Word, the Bible. All of this is done in active partnership with the Christian home and church.

GPCS high school students are offered a comprehensive academic program designed to provide them the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in higher education as well as in future employment. We focus on the traditional core academic areas but provide some electives beyond the basics, such as Spanish, accounting, and art. We offer an Advanced Placement course or two depending on demand (for which some colleges and universities offer credit with a high enough exam score) plus College Calculus each year.

Some of the colleges and universities our students have attended in recent years include:

Cedarville University

Eastern University

Eckerd College

Gordon College

Liberty University

Palm Beach Atlantic University

Saint Joseph’s College (Maine)

Southern Maine Community College

University of New Hampshire

University of Southern Maine