High School Programs & Services

Many programs and services are offered to our students to help them develop their potential intellectually, spiritually and physically. These include, but are not limited to: 


School Without Walls (Camp Guajataka) – A four-day spiritual retreat/camping experience for all seventh graders. A group of trained seniors serve as counselors, together with faculty members (this takes place at the Boy Scout Camp on the Guajataka Reserve).


School Without Walls “The Return” – A renewal of the Guajataka experience for the Senior class.  


Junior Career Week – An activity which places juniors in the community for one week, working/shadowing professionals in chosen careers.


Spiritual Emphasis Week - held once each semester for all grade levels; guest speakers from Puerto Rico and the U.S. bring fresh Biblical insights and encouragement through daily Chapels during the week


After School Tutoring/Supervised Studies program -  offered by both teachers and upper-level students.


The After School Activities Program (ASAP) -  provides enrichment classes for students of all levels. Past disciplines have included Project Generation E (a community service project), Autodesk AutoCAD, Google SketchUp, Photography, Fundamentals of Design, and Architectural Design.


Athletics – A very extensive sports program with membership in the PRHSAA (Puerto Rico High School Athletic Alliance) for grades 7-12.


After School Child Care Program - which runs from 3:30 (or 2:30 on early dismissal days)-5:30pm, for the whole school.


Lunch program - Including hot and cold lunches for all grades.


Community Service – All High School students participate in a service program. The goal of this program is for students to fulfill a certain number of hours of community service, before graduation. Several of our students offer community service on their own or in    coordination with their church group or other non-school organizations.


Students in the NHS (National Honor Society) and the NJHS (National Junior Honor Society) have one or more community projects annually in which the members are involved.

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Welcome Principal

High School Curriculum

Student Graduate Profile

Graduation Requirements

Colleges WA Grads Attended

Seniors Awards

Clubs and Organizations

High School Programs & Services

Classroom Supplies Grades 7-12

Art Supplies Grades 7-12

Summer Reading 7-12