Academics

“Developing followers of Jesus to be leaders” is the Unity vision for its students and alumni. This vision guides Unity to provide an education which focuses on increasing faith, educational excellence for each student, and service to God and others. With God’s blessings we seek to have students prepared to follow their vocation and calling.

Educational Excellence

Unity serves a wide range of students from special needs students to National Merit Scholars. A comprehensive curriculum, which includes 120 courses based on Biblical truths are taught by dynamic Christian teachers and prepares students for college and the workplace.

 

Advanced Placement Courses

  • Calculus AB
  • English Language
  • English Literature
  • Music Theory
  • Physics 1
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Studio Art
  • U.S. History
  • U.S. Government & Politics

Educational Support Services Program

The Educational Support Services Program (ESS) provides assistance to students with learning disabilities who wish to achieve academic success. This program uses a team approach with students, parents, and teachers actively working together. The program may involve diagnostic testing, tutoring, student accommodations, and teacher support.

Careerline Tech Center

The Careerline Tech Center (CTC) is an extension of Unity and provides junior and senior students with the opportunity to gain entry-level vocational skills in a number of different areas. Tech Center students spend half of the school day at the Tech Center and receive 1.0  credit per trimester. In some programs also receive college credit. CTC has articulation agreements with 12 area colleges and universities.

CTC’s programs are organized by pathways, broad groupings of careers that share similar characteristics and whose employment/education requirements call for many common interests, strengths, and competencies.

“To me Unity is much more than just a building, it is a community of Christians nurturing relationships which enable young people to grow in knowledge and mature in their walk with Christ.”

–Teacher Rob Bosma