The four years that a young person spends in high school can be some of the most memorable years in a person’s life. They are years spent in acquiring academic and personal discipline leading to independent learning, developing a vision for their lives, cultivating confidence in the gifts God has given them and solidifying their faith. We are dedicated to walking alongside our students as they engage in these exciting challenges. We do this as their teachers, mentors and friends. Perhaps that is why for years our patrons have referred to this academy as “more than a school.”
With a low student to teacher ratio all of our classes are taught as college preparatory courses. Over 99% of our graduates pursue higher levels of education with a 95% freshman retention rate in their university studies. The ACT scores of our graduates have always been above both the state and national averages and we have had our graduates accepted to colleges and universities from coast to coast. Some of those include: Yale, Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tulsa University, Oral Roberts University, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma University, Texas University, Harding University, Arkansas University, Abilene University, Baylor University, American University, Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Masters University and Oklahoma Christian University.
Our graduates have taken their place as doctors, lawyers, engineers, officers in the military, teachers and moms and dads. They work in their own businesses, the CIA, the State Department, as missionaries and as employees of companies of every description. Our prayer is that they take with them a clear vision of their vital role in bringing the Kingdom of God to earth just as it is in heaven.
Wright Christian Academy in partnership with Colorado Christian University offers up to 30hrs of dual credit courses to students who are selected to participate in the program.
CCU offers Dual Credit courses to high schools, delivering college credits for courses taught on high school campuses, with the school’s curriculum and by the school’s instructors. Students enrolled in dual credit can receive both high school and college credit for the course. Most colleges and universities will accept dual credit if the student earns a grade of C or better.
|English||Human Experience through Language and Literature; Houghton Mifflin, Novel Studies, EIW||Rhetorical Analysis through World Literature; Houghton Mifflin, Novel Studies, EIW||American Experience through Literature; Houghton Mifflin, Novel Studies, EIW, SAT||Development of Language; Houghton Mifflin, Novel Studies, EIW, SAT|
|Bible||The Story of Scripture: Baker Academic||Inductive Bible Study: Baker Academic||Church History: HaperOne||Christian World View; IVP Academic|
|Math||Geometry||Algebra II; Glencoe||Pre-Calculus or Algebra III; Pearson Highered||Calculus or College Algebra, Pearson Higher Ed, TCC|
|Science||Biology; Pearson||Chemistry; Pearson||Anatomy/Physiology: Pearson Highered||Physics or Concurrent Enrollment; Pearson|
|Social Studies||American Government and Oklahoma History; Clairmont,||World History; BJU Press||US History; HRW Publishing||Modern History; HRW Publishing|