ECS has a rigorous offering of more than 70 college preparatory courses. An ECS student will graduate high school with the options of an Indiana Core 40, Academic Honors, or Technical Honors diploma which are aligned with, and exceed, the requirements from the Indiana Department of Education. Standard, Honors, Dual Credit and Advanced Placement courses are all part of the ECS high school experience. High school course placement is determined based on current academic records, standardized test results, and parent/student/staff input. All three pieces of data will help identify the best path to success for each student.
Parents and students applying will want to consider that the atmosphere is distinctively and purposely Christian and that the course work is stimulating, challenging, and rigorous. Incoming students are required to meet overall GPA requirements and assessment requirements in both Math and ELA for entrance into the desired grade level.
ECS faculty and staff are committed to biblical integration of the subject matter while investing in the discipleship of students. We spend four years preparing them to thrive socially and academically as they develop into young men and women of Christian character and influence. Through a daily Bible classes, monthly Chapel experiences, and Bible study and service opportunities, students are encouraged to explore and deepen their relationship with Christ.
High school students at ECS have ample choices in vibrant fine arts and athletic programs. 93% of high school students at ECS participate in a school-based activity! The student experience is well-rounded with student leadership opportunities, numerous athletic teams, growing fine arts offerings, extra-curricular clubs, and engaging service activities with local and global ministries. Learn more about Student Life opportunities.
ECS has a solid team working together with the principal to help our high school students pursue and reach their God-given potential.
Our full-time Guidance Counselor meets with every student to ensure that they are taking the high school courses right for the graduation diploma track that is best for them. Student also have the opportunity to take the PSAT at ECS during their 9th and 10th grade years to prepare for the SAT which is administered at ECS for our high school juniors.
A College & Career Success Coach supports students and parents as they navigate the college/career search process and seek out what resources and scholarship opportunities are available for them. ECS is dedicated to ensuring that our high school graduates are set up for success in whatever path they choose to follow.
High school students also have access to a full-time Wellness Counselor who meets with students regularly or as-needed to provide mental health support through Biblical counseling to help them manage the stressors that teenagers experience.