Enabling students to maximize their God-given gifts and talents in a Christ-centered environment is the driving purpose of everything we do in the high school. Knowing each individual is gifted differently, we seek to achieve our goal by providing excellent opportunities in academics, arts, athletics, and co-curricular activities, all built upon a firm commitment to Jesus Christ.
Academically, the high school offers a wide range of curricular offerings challenging students to develop analytical abilities and problem-solving skills. With over 20 Advanced Placement (AP) course offerings spanning the curriculum, students are challenged to pursue course content normally reserved for college. Honors courses, which are offered in every content area except Bible, provide additional academic challenges for students who wish to delve more deeply into a specific content area. The innovative STEM program with Project Lead The Way curriculum  introduces students to the design and creation process, which is  in high demand throughout the modern business world. The Directed Studies program provides additional support for students with diagnosed learning needs.
Study abroad opportunities take our students around the globe to study literature, language, and culture on location. Recent trips include studies in England, France, Greece, and Italy. Stateside, students have the opportunity to study oceanography, complete with a capstone field trip to the Florida Keys.
Our seniors achieve 100 percent acceptance to top four-year colleges and universities, and graduating classes earn millions in scholarships annually. Dedicated teachers are highly qualified and committed to providing enriched learning experiences in a Christ-centered environment.

Academic Programs and Requirements

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  • College Prep Requirements

    25 units are required for MPCS graduation; click "read more" for a complete list of requirements per subject
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  • Bible

    The Bible department takes the call of Matthew 10:16 as the placard of instruction, pedagogy, and vision. The church is the visible extension of God, and the Bible department considers itself the theological arsenal of both intellect and wisdom. Students completing this engaging Bible curricula will understand the world within the Bible, the reason for the Church created by the Bible, the robust reasons for theism, and the systematic implications of the Faith. 
  • Math

    The math department follows a traditional approach to its courses, with a sequence of Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and so on. Opportunities to advance oneself in math exist by doubling up in certain scenarios. Students are challenged to realize the beauty of mathematics that is all around us. As Galileo said, "Mathematics is the alphabet with which God has written the universe."
  • Science

    Members of the science department believe few things in the world can provide students with as great an insight into God as Creator as the study of science. Science is the exploration of the physical and biological world around us. In addition to examining God’s craftsmanship throughout our world, students strive to learn critical skills such as problem-solving, experimental design, and analytical thinking through the lens of Scripture.
  • English

    The goal of the English department is to inspire students through process modeling and biblical integration to read closely, write stylistically, research effectively, and think strategically in order to best communicate wisdom and knowledge to a world hungry for truth.
  • World Languages

    World Languages classes extend through Advanced Placement. Our goal is to have interactive, communicative classes with connections to real world events through the implementation of language standards. Classroom teaching is reinforced with travel experiences to the countries where the languages are spoken.
  • Social Studies

    Social Studies courses strive to expose students to a global perspective through a historical lens and a Christian worldview. Students have opportunities to study geography, world history, U.S. history, economics, government and politics, and psychology at varying levels of rigor. Through four years of required study in the department, students gain a true appreciation for where we have been and where we are headed as Christian Americans on the world stage.
  • Arts, Fitness, Electives

    Every student is required to complete a full year of health/fitness. Additionally, each student must also complete one full year of study in the arts. Other elective offerings, such as SAT prep, creative writing, engineering, and personal finance, offer students opportunities to delve into content not normally addressed in the traditional classroom setting.
  • Internships

    MPCS partners with local business, medical, and service organizations to provide seniors with internship opportunities. Internships provide students with opportunities to gain hands-on experience in areas of interest.

Whether you are new to MPCS, a visitor to our school, or a middle schooler preparing for high school at MPCS, we invite you to take a few moments at your leisure to view each of these short videos highlighting our curriculum and course offerings. You will enjoy meeting department chairs, students, and our counselors. Feel free to refer to these throughout the year as needed.

Things to know

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  • Directed Studies

    The Directed Studies program at MPCS supports non-traditional learners in developing clear and confident understanding of their God-given gifts. Read more about this program by clicking here.
  • Student Life

    Many important lessons take place outside of the classroom. At MPCS, students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities designed to educate the whole child. Service opportunities, mentoring groups, and leadership training are some of the ways that students can learn to be student-leaders on campus and beyond. Mock Trial, Robotics, and other academic competition teams provide students with excellent opportunities to delve into areas of interest, learn to work as a team, and stretch their creative muscles.
  • Technology

    During the 2018-19 school year, the Connected Learning program will expand to include school-provided devices for all high school students. Learn more here.
  • International Mission Trips

    Overseas mission trips to places such as the Dominican Republic, Peru, and Guatemala, broaden student perspectives and solidify their faith.
  • Leadership Development

    Students have opportunities to participate in student government, peer mentoring, and a variety of club experiences, such as Key Club, Beta Club, the National Honor Society, and more.
  • Guidance Office

    Guidance counselors ensure a successful high school experience, offering support with academics, college/career planning, and personal needs. More information is available on the Counseling and Guidance page.

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