“Listen to the advice and accept instruction, that you may gain wisdom in the future. Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand.”
NURTURING FOR LIFE
East Richland Christian Schools takes very seriously the call to develop an atmosphere where teenagers feel safe, accepted, and able to mature in their faith and the academic principles which are critical for becoming all Christ would have a student become.
With the leadership of a strong administrative team and staff, East Richland Christian is committed to excellence in education by:
- Meeting the unique needs of individual learners
- Fulfilling Graduation Requirements from the Ohio Department of Education
- Providing Bible Courses to each grade level
- Creating an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and unity
- Instilling and refining critical thinking skills
- Utilizing cutting-edge technology in the classroom
- Promoting individual student abilities to become mature followers of Christ
- Reaching out in Christ’s love to the community through service projects
MEETING INDIVIDUAL NEEDS WHILE EXCELLING ACADEMICALLY
Because we are an academic institution chartered by the Ohio State Department of Education, our diploma is equivalent to other public school diplomas. Students who attend East Richland Christian High School earn credits which are transferrable to any other high school in Ohio. Additionally, the high school students at East Richland may be eligible to participate in the following programs:
- Post Secondary Education Option/College Credit Plus (CCP) – Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who meet the GPA requirements may apply to take college courses while in high school through Ohio’s College Credit Plus program. Other policies and requirements are detailed in the Parent-Student Handbook as well as parent meetings held in the fall and spring.
- Credit Flexibility – This academic program allows students in grades 9-12 to test out of, take approved online courses, develop independent studies with an academic advisor/staff member, do an internship or apprenticeship and receive academic credit. Students must apply in the Spring PRIOR to the anticipated time of developing a Credit Flexibility Proposal or Plan. Other policies and requirements are detailed in the Parent-Student Handbook as well as parent meetings held in the fall and spring.
- College Preparatory Track – Higher level Mathematics, Science, and English courses which challenge and prepare students to be well-read, higher level thinkers to continue on to a 4-year college degree program.
- General Education Track – Traditional, practical Mathematics, Science, and English courses which prepare students to go directly into the work field or continue for additional training in a 1 or 2 year college program.
- Speech Meet
- Christmas and Spring Drama/Theater
- National Honor Society
- Student Council
- Science Fair
- Missions/Service Projects