Classes Available to Everyone
Re-Thinking K-12 Education from a Christian Worldview?
continuing our mission of educating, equipping, and engaging the world
for Christ, we have been engaged in the integration of technology since
our early roots. Our blended learning programs start at the upper
Elementary level and are very advanced at the High School level.
In fact, we have many blended and some completely online classes that are designed to provide high school and dual enrollment class credits for students.
In addition the Center has developed a relationship with several Christian
Universites which enables High School Students to take online College
Level Dual Enrollment Classes.
The CCS classes are offered by instructors at Champion Christian
School and provide the following in a semester long
Academic credit for high school students and dual credit opportunities
for several classes like Introduction to Psychology, Literature,
History, and others. .
2. An awareness of a subject from a distinctly Christian worldview
An ability to take the class online and in the comfort of your own
home, and yet have the personal touch of an instructor who is available
for additional help if you are interested.
Classes officially begin at the start of either the fall or winter semesters, but the add-drop period lasts just a few weeks after those start dates.
Cost for each class is determined annually, but regular CCS Online
courses do not cost CCS students any fees to take them for High School
Credit. Dual credit classes for College Credit are available for
a fee. Online classes are available to students enrolled in
other schools for a fee. There is a discount for any
student who enrolls in advance. Some courses also have a required book
you may need to purchase if there are not enough copies in either of
the Center's libraries or if you cannot locate one. Register by
emailing us at email@example.com for additional information.
An Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective
This course offers students an overview of the study of Psychology and
identifies areas where worldview creates differences in perspectives.
Topics such as major theories, Freud, Cognitive Behavior Theory,
Developmental Psychology, and therapy are discussed. This is an upper
level high school course for Juniors and Seniors, but is designed to be
practical, helpful, and provides a great introduction to the study of
man, how God is at the center of that design, and how the Fall has
lasting impact on who we are! This class is available for both
High School Credit or Dual credit with Colorado Christian University.
Instructor: Dr. D. Merle Skinner
A Christian View of Marriage and Family
offers students an overview of the study of the family by integrating
biblical truth within the study of family to see how God has created
the family unit uniquely for man. Topics such as marriage,
dating, parenting, basic relationships, family dynamics and much more
are offered. This is an upper level high school course for
Juniors and Seniors, but it is designed to be helpful and practical at
the same time. Dual credit course status is being offered from Colorado Christian University. Instructor: Dr. D. Merle Skinner
Fundamentals of Literature
This course examines the six fundamentals of literature, including
plot, theme, characterization, setting, symbol, and point of view. It
involves the reading of various genres of literature: short stories,
novel excerpts, lyrical and narrative poetry, and one play. The course
examines the author's use of the six fundamentals of literature in
various reading selections. In addition to the reading assignments,
students are required to complete various vocabulary assignments, write
short essays and several longer essays, and poetry. Students must also
complete various online assignments, including additional readings and
forum responses. This course is designed for High School Freshman and
Sophomores, but can be taken by older students as needed. Instructor: Mr. Dean Pizer
Advanced English Composition
English Composition is an upper level high school
writing composition course that prepares students for freshmen
college English courses. The focus of the course is to
practice writing various types
of essays and using proper
research techniques. There is also emphasis placed on
critical reading and analysis skills.
Instructor: Mr. Dean Pizer
High School Geometry
This is a high school
geometry class designed to be able to be taken on line and is offered
to high school sophomores and above that have the appropriate
pre-requisites. Students must
complete various online assignments, including additional calculations
and computations and
forum responses. This course is designed for High School Sophomores,
but can be taken by older students as needed.
Instructor, Mrs. Rachel Brant