To help students do just that, we offer a wide range of academic courses and electives to meet the unique interests and needs of our students, all taught with both rigor and relationships in mind. You can see all the courses we offer below. Are you a current student? Use the links below to schedule your courses for the upcoming year!
High school is a time for students to explore, create, and discover who God created them to be!
Scheduling Information by Grade
The following courses in the table below are taught at Holland Christian High School through the Spanish Secondary Continuing Immersion Program. The optional Spanish Immersion Dual Enrollment is for those students who score a 4 or 5 on the Spanish AP exam their sophomore year, and then are invited to apply, giving these students an opportunity to earn up to 16 college credits. These Dual Enrollment courses focus on linguistics, intensive grammar study, and Latin American and Spanish history and literature.
Spanish Immersion 4-year Course Sequence*
|Grade Level||Offered each year||22/23 school year||23/24 school year||Electives **|
|9th grade||English 1-SI (instead of English 1)||US History – SI
(instead of US History. Waived if taking AP US History in grade 10)
|Global Civilizations – SI (instead of Global Civilizations)||Interpretation – SI & Applied Vocabulary – SI|
|10th grade||AP Spanish 5||US History – SI (same as above)||Bible 1 – SI (instead of Bible 1)||Interpretation – SI & Applied Vocabulary – SI|
|11th grade||Spanish Immersion Dual Enrollment (optional)||Global Research – SI (instead of Global Research)||US Govt – SI (instead of US Govt)||Interpretation – SI & Applied Vocabulary – SI|
|12th grade||Spanish Immersion Dual Enrollment (optional)||Eng 3/Communications – SI (instead of Eng 3/ Communications)||Eng 3/Global Lit – SI (instead of Eng 3/Global Lit)||Interpretation – SI & Applied Vocabulary – SI|
*Spanish Immersion class sequence will be adjusted each year as students move up a grade. Please refer to the Educational Development Plan (EDP) for your graduating year for the specific course sequence for your class. Above is a sample for the upcoming school year.
**One Spanish Immersion elective will be offered each semester. These will rotate every four years.
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Please complete the forms in the two tabs below if you are a student or parent requesting a schedule change or specific teacher for a class.
Concerning requests for a specific hour for study hall or other course:
I regret to inform you that the policies of Holland Christian High School do not allow me to accommodate requests for a specific hour for study hall or any other class. All other unusual situations that you feel deserve consideration should be directed to the principal.
Thanks for your understanding,
HCHS Schedule Change Request FormPlease complete the forms below if you are a student or parent requesting a schedule change. Requests for a specific lunch hour or specific hour for study hall or other course: I regret to inform you that the policies of Holland Christian High School do not allow me to accommodate requests for a specific lunch hour or a specific hour for study hall or any other class. In the case of a lunch request, the counselors request that your son or daughter try the existing schedule for at least a week. Chances are that there really are friends in that lunch hour or that new friendships develop. If after one week, there is still a problem, the student is encouraged to meet with his/her counselor to discuss the situation and possibly rearrange the student’s schedule. In cases where the student is under a doctor’s care and a specific lunch hour is needed for medical reasons, please email me with an explanation and I will accommodate the need. All other unusual situations that you feel deserve consideration should be directed to the principal. Dan Vos Registrar
HCHS Teacher Change Request FormPlease complete the forms below if you are a student or parent requesting a specific teacher for a class.
High school athletes planning to compete at the NCAA Division I or II level must be aware of specific academic requirements established by the NCAA. To view the latest NCAA requirements as well as view the most up-to-date listing of HCHS courses approved by the NCAA, go to ncaaclearinghouse.net. Follow the link for Prospective Student Athletes. Then look for both the Guide for College-Bound Student-Athletes and the List of Approved Core Courses. The 6-digit school code for HCHS is 231965.