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Dual Credit Program At Rock Valley College

Christian Life offers programs to challenge honors students as well as the opportunity for juniors and seniors to attend Rock Valley College during the school day. A dual credit program enables students to earn both college credit and high school credit for courses at Rock Valley College. College credit course grades placed on Christian Life High School transcripts are weighted.

 

For more information, e-mail our Guidance Counselor, Duke Ducett, at dduce@clschools.org

Advanced Placement (AP) Courses & Tests

Available AP Courses:
  • U.S. History
  • Calculus
There are currently 34 tests in a wide variety of subject areas currently available to high school students:
Art History English-Language & Composition Music Theory
Studio Art Design Environmental Science Physics B
Studio Art 2-D Design French-Language Physics C (Mechanics)
Studio Art 3-D Design German-Language Physics C (Electricity & Magnetism)
Biology Government & Politics-Comparative Spanish-Language
Calculus AB History-European Spanish-Literature
Calculus BC History-United States Statistics
Chemistry  History-World  
Computer Science A Human Geography  
Computer Science AB Latin-Literature  
Economics-Macroeconomics Latin-Vergil  

 

Special Curriculum Features

  • Our advanced coursework students can participate in bi-annual international trips to the British Isles (English Department).
  • Christian Life students also have the opportunity to receive experience in the work world and earn school credits by either participating in our work-study program or the teacher’s assistant program.
  • Over 50+ online classes are also available for high school credits on our Christian Life campus.
 
For more information, e-mail our Guidance Counselor, Duke Ducett, at dduce@clschools.org

Helpful Resources for the College Bound

Financial Aid Information (FAFSA)

Christian College Guide 

The Princeton Review

Approximately 90% of our graduates attend college, while the remaining 10% enter the work force or military service. Colleges and universities offering admissions to our graduates include:


ACT Prep Course

A 21-hour ACT preparation course is taught by CLS teachers to boost the confidence and scores of CLS students each spring.
 
For more information, or to register, e-mail our Guidance Counselor, Duke Ducett, at dduce@clschools.org
Download the 2016-2017 CLS Middle and High School Curriculum Guide.