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By the end of summer before 11th grade begins students should:
  • Read as much as possible.
  • Refer to your PSAT and PRACT reports.
  • Take practice tests to bolster lower PSAT and PRACT subject areas.
  • Visit at least one college campus.
  • Register for OCA's college-prep classes.
  • Sign-up for extracurricular activities/clubs.
By the end of 1st-semester 11th grade students should:
  • Continue to earn community service hours.
  • Take the PSAT and PRACT.
  • Have a completed shortlist of potential colleges. 
  • Begin building portfolios for applications.
By the end of 2nd-semester 11th grade students should:
  • Attend at least two college fairs.
  • Prep for any potential CLEP tests.
  • Polish and finish your college resume.
  • Begin working on your personal essay.
  • Request two teacher recommendations.
  • Register for the SAT and ACT tests.
  • Have at least 75% of community service hours complete.
11th Grade
In their Junior year of high school, our students expand their knowledge as they are taught advanced concepts across all core classes by refining and building on previously studied skills as they plan for what comes after high school.  Besides the required core subjects, our Juniors focus on refining time management, prioritization, and independent study skills to help prepare them for life beyond high school- whether that means college, military, vocational school, or employment.
Juniors utilize the Inner Man curriculum provided by Positive Action to focus on key passages of Scripture and biblical case studies to develop spiritual and leadership acumen. Students are encouraged to review, think about, and apply the truths learned throughout the year.
In eleventh grade, student focus heavily on successfully completing multiple academic papers, as well as focusing on test preparation and test-taking strategies for the SAT and ACT tests.  They also utilize our OCA database to sharpen research and library skills.
Juniors in Algebra II further develop reasoning skills through advanced algebra concepts such as quadratic equations, polynomials, complex numbers, logarithms, and trigonometry; they also will solve and graph algebraic functions.  Our eleventh graders that take Intermediate algebra concentrate on operations with real numbers, graphs of functions, domain and range of functions, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations with an  emphasis on problem-solving. 
Through the study of chemistry, juniors will learn through matter and energy how many everyday events relate to chemistry. They will study the impact of chemistry on the world around us through hands-on experiments. 
United States History
Our eleventh graders learn about the development of the United States through the Bob Jones curriculum beginning with the formation of the nation through present day events.  Students will develop critical thinking skills as they use the knowledge gained to make informed decisions about issues faced by local, state, and federal governments.
By the end of 11th grade, students will:
  • Be able to identify God’s plan for His creation
  • Be able to identify God’s plan for their life
  • Be able to state the B-Attitudes
  • Have a basic understanding of Jesus’ sermon on the mount and how it can be applied to every day life
  • Understand the story of Moses and be able to compare his life to the Inner man’s 
  • definition of Spiritual Leadership
  • Be able to identify the areas of their lives they need to develop to be a God called spiritual leader
  • Use language correctly and purposefully to communicate clearly and effectively
  • Have a basic knowledge of reading comprehension through literature and short stories
  • Understand the main idea of a variety of texts and analyze how they are developed and supported
  • Understand how an author's choices in wording and structure impact the meaning, tone, and style of the text
  • Successfully write two academic essays in which they demonstrate their understanding of writing as a series of tasks, including finding, evaluating, analyzing sources, and as a process that involves planning, drafting, revising, and editing
Algebra II
  • Understand the guiding concepts of Algebra II
  • Demonstrate proficiency in algebraic knowledge and skills
  • Analyze families of functions using various representations
  • Analyze mathematical data to solve real-life applications
  • Prepare for future academic, career, and service opportunities



Intermediate Algebra
  • Apply deductive and inductive reasoning to create proofs that justify theorems
  • Create constructions illustrating key geometric concepts
  • Identify, classify, and investigate geometric figures in space
  • Determining congruencey and similarity between figures
  • Classify and explore the geometric characteristics of quadrilaterals
  • Calculate lengths, areas, and volumes of two- and three- dimensional figures
  • Investigate, describe, and apply the characteristics of various transformations
  • Apply trigonometric ratios to find unknown measures of triangles


  • Pose scientific queries
  • Investigate the nature of scientific phenomena
  • Predict basic chemical properties of some substances based on composition
  • Quantify the results of chemical reactions
  • Properly communicate scientific information to another individual in an accurate and precise manner
American History
  • Identify who help create the United States
  • Describe what actions took place for the United States to come together
  • Describe what occurred from settlement through the Civil War
  • Identify who the United States Presidents are
  • Describe how the United States was involved in Major Wars throughout its history


May 2024
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King Rd Clean-up (9:00am)
May 4, 2024 | 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Senior Trip
May 10, 2024
Senior Trip
May 11, 2024
K5 & Senior Walk (10:00 am)
May 14, 2024 | 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Baccalaureate (6:00 pm)
May 16, 2024 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Senior Graduation (6:30pm)
May 17, 2024 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

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