Senior high students take a variety of Humanities classes, including: English, Writing, Social Studies, History, Law, Psychology, Social Justice, and Leadership. All students are required to take Social Studies 10 and 11, English 10, and English or Communications 11 and 12. In Humanities, students learn a Christian response to culture, and what it means to be culture formers who live justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with their God. Listening and reading is used to both develop understanding, but also delight in the perspectives of others. Speaking and writing is practiced to develop clear and honest communication that allows us to testify to the work of God in, through and around us – to the glory of God and encouragement of others.