6) Fine Arts and Applied Skills

Junior high students are full of life and energy, and are open to trying new things and getting their hands dirty. It is a time of exploration, new experiences, and socialization. For this reason, students are given the opportunity to explore 6-8 elective experiences...

5) Physical Education

In PE, students learn to value and take care of their bodies for self, God, and others. Physical activities are not only valuable in the development of a healthy person, they provide opportunity to learn discipline, trust, respect, encouragement and teamwork. Daily...

4) French

In French, students learn how to communicate with others about who they are, as well as describe the families and communities they are a part of. Human language is recognized as a gift from God that allows us to love God and our neighbor. At Cedars, students begin the...

3) Math

As in Science, Math students study numbers, patterns and spaces to discover the wonder and place they have in God’s world. Students learn math not merely to find correct answers, but to appreciate the explorations and discoveries of others, develop the ability to use...

2) Science

In Science, students are encouraged to delight in God’s world, deepen understanding of how they are caretakers of all creation, and build skills to maintain, develop, and restore it. Students are engaged in designing experiments, making observations, and appreciating...

1) Humanities

Junior high students take year-long Humanities classes. As those new to the high school experience, Humanities provides a place for exploring Socials and English learning targets as well as issues/topics relevant to personal, faith, and relational development. In...