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          High School Program

          Flatirons Academy seeks to prepare students for college with increasingly rigorous coursework through advancing grades, culminating in opportunities for college coursework through the honors program in math, science, psychology, biblical studies and English. College courses are taught by qualified Flatirons faculty on-site, and approved through the University of Colorado or Colorado Christian University. Cornerstone students receive credit for the semester hours completed directly from the college, and the courses are recorded on their CU or CCU college transcript.

          High School Honors Program

          Flatirons offers an honors program for 9th-12th grade students desiring more challenge and greater depth in their coursework. GPA and standardized test scores are considered in determining honors placement.

          Junior High Program

          7th and 8th grade students receive instruction from the same faculty that teach high school courses, enabling a seamless transition to high school. In addition to their core coursework, junior high students have elective options. The schedule follows a traditional junior high format where students rotation classes regularly throughout the day.

          High School Courses

          *Course offered on-site for college credit through the University of Colorado or Colorado Christian University

          Biblical Studies

          Christian Worldview
          New Testament Survey
          Old Testament Survey* (3 Sem. Hours)

          Language Arts

          Fundamentals of Literature
          Elements of Literature
          American Literature
          English Literature
          College Literature* (3 Sem. Hours)
          College Composition* (3 Sem. Hours)


          Conceptual Physics
          Physics* (10 Sem. Hours)
          Anatomy and Physiology*  (4 Sem. Hours)  


          Integrated Algebra I
          Algebra I
          Algebra II
          Pre-Calculus (4 Sem. Hours)
          Calculus (4 Sem. Hours)

          Social Science

          American Gov./Civics
          World History
          Eastern Civilization
          20th Century U.S. Conflicts
          U.S. History
          Psychology I* (3 Sem. Hours)
          Psychology II* (3 Sem. Hours)

          Arts and Technology

          Science Fiction Literature

          World Language

          Spanish I
          Spanish II
          Spanish III

          Physical Education

          Physical Education Class
          Football (Boys)
          Volleyball (Girls)
          Basketball (Boys & Girls)
          Baseball (Boys)
          Soccer (Girls)
          Golf (Boys & Girls)

          College Attendance

          Graduates have attended all of these colleges and universities

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