High School Courses
Courses offered by Milestone Books that fulfill course requirements of the NCCA Diploma Program.
These are recommended courses, but you are at liberty to make other choices. Work with your Diploma Program advisor in finalizing your course selections. To learn more about each course listed below, click on the course title. The units mentioned below refer to a year of study.
English (Language) (4 units required, graded)
|9||Reading / Literature||A Time to Heal||1||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|9||Writing / Grammar||Communicating Effectively Book 1||1||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|10||Writing / Grammar||Communicating Effectively Book 2||1||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|11||Reading / Literature||Perspectives of Life||1||Christian Light Publications|
|12||Reading / Literature||Perspectives of Truth||1||Christian Light Publications|
Special note: Rod and Staff 7th and 8th grade English can possibly be used for high school grammar credits. This should be discussed with your Diploma Program advisor. If you do these courses before entering the High School Diploma Program, be sure to keep proper records. If you have questions about how to do this please discuss with your advisor. For proper English credits, we also recommend you complete 7th and 8th grade Rod and Staff Spelling by Sound and Structure.
Math (3 units required, graded)
|9||Pre-Algebra / Algebra||Algebra: A Complete Course (Modules A,B,C)||1||VideoText Interactive|
|10||Algebra||Algebra: A Complete Course (Modules D,E,F)||1||VideoText Interactive|
|11||Geometry||Geometry: A Complete Course (Modules A,B,C)||1||VideoText Interactive|
|12||Geometry||Geometry: A Complete Course (Modules D,E,F)||1||VideoText Interactive|
|9||Bookkeeping / Accounting||Recordkeeping for Christian Stewardship||1||Rod and Staff Publishers|
Science (3 units required, graded)
Social Studies (3½ units required, graded)
|9||Understanding the Past Five Centuries||1||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|9||Civics and World Geography||1||Christian Light Publications|
|10||World History||1||Christian Light Publications|
|11||United States History||1||Christian Light Publications|
|12||Democracy and Christian Challenges||1||Christian Light Publications|
Physical Education (1 unit required, pass/fail)
The objective of this course is to promote fitness. Aerobatic, strength training, and recreational or competitive sports may be used to satisfy this requirment. Other activities, such as chores, resulting in increasing the heart rate or increasing muscle mass are also acceptable. Typically, a maximum of two units may be counted toward graduation requirements, but more may be earned at the discretion of your Diploma Program Advisor.
Community Service (1 unit required, pass/fail)
May include voluntary service work in any activity that meets your approval. It may include church ministries. This may be fulfilled by a variety of activities totaling 108 hours and may be completed over the course of more than one year. A maximum of two units may be counted toward graduation. Discuss with your Diploma Program Advisor.
Health (½ units required, graded)
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Communications (½ units required, graded)
Can include speaking and teaching activities, journalism, or similar activities. Can be used as a religious activity. Performance experience is recommended. Discuss your ideas with your advisor.
Personal Finance (½ units required, graded)
A study including Biblical philosophy and practical application is recommended.
Career Development (½ units required, graded)
Electives (8½ units required, graded or pass/fail)
|-||Home Economics||Home Economics 1||1||Christian Light Publications|
|-||Engineering||Practical Drafting||1||Insight Technical Education|
|9||Typing||Typing for Christian Service||-||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|9||Bible||The Revelation of God||-||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|10||Bible||The Completion of God's Plan for Man||-||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|-||Bible||Baker Bible Atlas Studies||-||Rod and Staff Publishers|
|-||Ethics||Christian Ethics for YOUth||-||Bechtel Books|
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