As students reach high school, they are becoming increasingly independent in their thinking and the social interaction and choices become seriously important. Additionally, their voice and communication of what or how they think is developed through listening to one another. This becomes the arena when a Biblical worldview intersects with the social climate and the future direction students will take. The content taught at this level is enhanced with much discussion to evaluate life, choices, and future. Students dive into an understanding of how God designed them and how this influences their interaction and partnership with others. Much of the Biblical worldview is taught through literature, science, and social studies. When the students reach high school, they have an option to continue at Keystone part-time with these subject areas while taking courses at Norfolk Public High School or in the homeschool setting. This places students in two arenas at once, but gives a greater opportunity to evaluate life through a Biblical worldview while going to school in the larger secular culture. Most students in the hybrid high school have previously enrolled in KCA and the program is developed through their needs. Furthermore, Rule 13, (law for homeschooling) applies for grades 10 and above. The hybrid high school also operates only in the morning.
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