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Learning Outcomes:
Learning Outcomes:

1. To understand Biblical principles and display Christ-like character in their daily lives as productive and responsible citizens. For example, students are expected to: 

  • Have accepted or been challenged to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and Lord.
  • Look to God and His word as the source of truth and answers, respectfully challenging authorities that are contrary to God's Word.
  • Understand and demonstrate who they are in Christ by growth in their prayer lives and through positive choices that reflect the integration of Biblical principles learned.
  • Exhibit self-efficacy and leadership, demonstrating individual and group responsibility.

2. To understand that all C-Prep coursework is to be valued and maximized. For example, students are expected to:

  • Pursue further formal and informal educational opportunities and have a plan to meet their academic goals.
  • Meet or exceed expected academic standards and proficiencies for the state of Indiana and the minimum Core 40 requirements for High School Graduation.​

3. To independently, critically and creatively problem solve. For example, students are expected to:

  • Identify, assess, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information.
  • Combine and apply higher-level thinking skills, processes, and competencies to develop and extend their efforts.
  • Transfer learned skills to new tasks.
  • Demonstrate growth in the decision making/problem-solving process.
  • Set, pursue and accomplish realistic yet challenging goals.
  • Demonstrate creative and innovative potential in every academic discipline, including the visual and performing arts.

4. To engage in effective written and verbal communication. For example, students are expected to:

  • Give an original speech with poise, enunciation, and appropriate speed, volume, and pitch.
  • Write concise persuasive, expository, and creative essays that include supportive facts, transitions, logical structure, and grammatical coherence.
  • Gather data and suggest new ideas or improvements concerning what has already been achieved. 
  • Offer opinions and evaluations in a constructive manner.
  • Demonstrate awareness of the world through respect to varying viewpoints, beliefs, and cultures.


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