Senior Class Valedictorian: This award is given at the end of each school year to the high school senior who maintained the highest grade point average in his class from 9th-12th grade.
Senior Class Salutatorian: This award is given at the end of each school year to the high school senior who maintained the second highest grade point average in his class from 9th-12th grade.
American Christian Honor Society: The American Christian Honor Society is a function of the American Association of Christian Schools. This society is open for students in 10th-12th grades who have an excellent Academic record, have a good Christian testimony in and out of school, and exercise student leadership. These students are selected by the Pastoral and administrative staff.
Christian Character Award:
The Christian Character Award is given to a student who demonstrates superior Christian Character. This can be seen through Christian leadership amongst the student body, through maintaining a good testimony before their peers and teachers, faithful completion of academic requirements, and service to God through the local church.
There is a three-step selection process for this award. The students make nominations for this award to start the process. The teachers give their opinion of those that have been nominated. The last step is the Pastoral and administrative staff making the final selection.
In addition to the certificate, this award comes with a $150 cash prize.