Our passion for excellence continues in the high school through programs that foster intellectual and spiritual maturity.
Covenant Day School offers a rigorous academic curriculum infused with a biblical worldview so that students will be well-prepared for their futures. We desire for our students to learn how to learn. We want them to gain knowledge, but to then move beyond knowledge acquisition to understanding and applying that knowledge. Covenant Day offers a well-rounded, comprehensive program that includes college preparatory, honors, and AP courses in the disciplines of English, math, science, history, bible, art, music, drama, world language, physical education, health, yearbook, and journalism.
Our students learn from outstanding Christian educators who also serve as coaches, advisors, and mentors. More than 70% of our high school faculty hold post-baccalaureate degrees. Additionally, our faculty participates in a variety of professional development opportunities throughout the school year. Our guidance staff works closely with each of our students, offering a variety of services including course selection, personal counseling, advising, assistance with the college admissions process, and college scholarship searches.
- 25+ athletic teams at the JV and varsity levels
- High school musical, drama night, and arts electives
- Student clubs and organizations including a cappella club, anime club, National Beta Club, Covenant Crazies, environmental club, multi-cultural club, robotics club, student council, and our worship team
- Community service opportunities
Beginning with Color War freshman year, Covenant Day high school is known for its strong community, school spirit, and fun traditions. The school year is full of exciting traditions from our spirit week and homecoming to our Windy Gap Retreat and school dances. Students also grow in community through academic and service opportunities such as ContainIt and our aquaponics program. Through advisory groups our students benefit from peer-to-peer accountability as they develop genuine friendships!
When Covenant Day School students heard about the conditions on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, they knew they had to do something. After returning from the reservation, a team of students rolled up their sleeves and got to work on transforming a used shipping container into dormitory space to provide a refuge for three teens on the reservation. Read their story here.