Divine Child provides a quality, faith based education through a rigorous, expansive curriculum. With an array of courses offered, including Honors and Advanced Placement classes, our students are equipped with a solid, well-rounded knowledge that prepares them for life after high school.

Our Curriculum

Divine Child High School's curriculum is designed to meet the needs and interests of each student. A total of 26 credits is required for graduation.

Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors are required to carry a minimum load of 7 classes per semester while Seniors are required to carry 6 classes per semester.

All students should take at least 4 academic classes per semester (Math, Science, English, Social Studies, World Languages).

Graduation Requirements

To receive a diploma, a student must:

  1. Pass all required courses
  2. Meet all financial responsibilities regarding tuition, fees, books, etc.
  3. Meet all obligations in reference to detention time, library book fines, office forms, etc.
  4. Fulfill retreat and Christian Service requirements
  5. Earn at least 26 credits including:
Credits  Department
 4  Theology
 4  English
 4  Mathematics
 3.5  Electives
 3  Science
 3  Social Studies
 2  World Languages
 1  Physical Education/Health
 1  Applied/Fine/Performing Arts
 .5  Computer Literacy

Curriculum Profile


Honors & Advanced Placement

Our curriculum is designed to challenge students, featuring a comprehensive array of Honors and Advanced Placement courses. Honors classes allow students to explore subjects at an accelerated, more profound level that covers a broader range of material. Students that take advantage of our AP courses, featuring a collegiate level curriculum, stand out during the college admissions process and have the opportunity to earn college credit.

Learn more about Honors & AP Classes


Virtual Falcon Hybrid Summer Courses

Students interested in accelerating their academics, earning credit toward graduation requirements and taking more specialized courses will flourish in our Virtual Falcon Summer Courses. In these hybrid courses, students attend in-class meetings in late June and early August and complete the online component of the courses throughout the month of July. This program affords students greater flexibility to add elective courses during the school year and bolster their college resume.

Explore our Summer courses