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2021 - 2022 School Profile

  • K-12 enrollment for the 2021 - 2022 school year is 386 students
  • Ethnicity: 51% Caucasian, 20% Asian, 19% Hispanic, 7% African AMerican, 3% Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, 1% American Indian.
  • $230,000 in financial assistance is projected to be awarded for the 2021-2022 school year from RAA and other SDA institutions.

Academics

High School

AP Classes: AP English Literature, AP Calculus, AP World History,

Diploma Tracks: Standard and College Preparatory.

Electives: Advanced Computer Applications, Anatomy & Physiology, Art, Basic Coding, Band, Bells, CAD Design, Choir, French, Pre-Calculus, Photography, Yearbook.

Advanced Electives: Physics, Financial Algebra.

Class of 2021 SAT Scores:

RAA Average:           ERW* — 584           Math — 563   

National Average:      ERW  —  533           Math — 528           

*ERW - Evidence Based Reading and Writing

2021 MAP Growth: Mean RIT Score. *RIT - The RIT (Rasch Unit) measures and compares academic growth.

                           Math      Reading      Lang. Arts      Science                

9th Grade —    228.4        226.8             222                 219.7

          10th Grade —    245.9        234.7            234.9              222.6

          11th Grade —    243          231.8            229.6              222.6

Junior High 

Algebra 1 available in 8th grade

Elective Classes: Applied Technology and Intro to Coding, Choir, Band, Bells, and Intro to Computer Applications.

2021 MAP Growth: Mean RIT* Score.  *RIT - The RIT (Rasch Unit) measures and compares academic growth.

                                     Math      Reading      Lang. Arts      Science                

           7th Grade —    227.8       219.7             219.7             209.5

          8th Grade —     233.8       227.4             225.2             220.1

Elementary

Electives: Music, Physical Education, and Computer class rotations in addition to the core programs of study.

 
2021 MAP Growth: Mean RIT* Score. *RIT - The RIT (Rasch Unit) measures and compares academic growth. 

                         Math      Reading      Lang. Arts      Science

3rd Grade —    191.7      196.9              197               196.4

4th Grade —    203.2      199.9             202.8             200.6

5th Grade —    209         206.8             205.1             210.2

 

Spiritual Life

  • Thriving and supportive spiritual environment
  • Weekly chapels for Elementary, Junior High, and High School
  • Three weeks of spiritual emphasis for Junior High and High School, two weeks for Elementary
  • K-12 School Chaplain
  • Junior High and High School Spiritual Retreats
  • 6 Supporting Churches
  • Cross-Student Mentoring
  • Leadership development through a variety of student-led teams:
    • Spiritual life planning, praise teams, drama, audiovisual

Our Faculty and Staff

  • 25 Certified teachers & administrators (17 Masters' Degrees, 7 Bachelors' Degrees, & 1 EdD/PhD).
  • 10 Support Staff

Our Campus

  • 1 Computer Lab
  • 1 Library
  • 1 Gymnasium
  • 4 Outdoor Fields
  • 2 Playgrounds
  • 1 to 1 Chromebook Program
  • Hot Lunch Program