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High School Academic Program

Florence Christian School provides an excellent college preparatory program that is Biblically based. We are accredited through the South Carolina Independent School Association (SCISA). Our classes meet five days a week for fifty minutes. We offer honors tracks for both science and math, along with dual credit opportunities through Florence Darlington Technical College and Bob Jones University. 

Graduate Requirements

(24 Credits Total)

GRADE 9

Bible

1 Credit

English I

1 Credit

Algebra I

1 Credit

Geometry* or

World Geography 

1 Credit

Biology

1 Credit

Music Appreciation

1/2 Credit

Speech

1/2 Credit

Elective

________________

Total Units 6

grade 10

Bible

1 Credit

English II

1 Credit

Geometry or Algebra II

1 Credit

World History

1 Credit

Chemistry

1 Credit

Spanish I

1 Credit

Elective

________________

Total Units 6

grade 11

Bible

1 Credit

English III

1 Credit

Algebra II or Pre-Calculus+

1 Credit

U.S. History

1 Credit

Chemistry

1 Credit

Spanish II

1 Credit

Elective

________________

Total Units 6

grade 12

English IV+

1 Credit

Pre-Calculus+, Calculus+, or Business Math

1 Credit

Government

1/2 Credit

Economics

1/2 Credit

Physics or AP Biology

1 Credit

Bible or Spanish III

1 Credit

Computer Science

1 Credit

________________

Total Units 6

Class of 2019

Graduates: 47  |  College Acceptance: 100%  |  Students graduating with college credit: 30


Average SAT score: 1065 - Top 25%: 1220    |    Average ACT score: 20 - Top 25%: 23    |    Average First Semester College GPA: 3.0

Elementary & Middle School Academic Program

Our curriculum is a thoroughly integrated, academically balanced program using the Bob Jones University (BJU) curriculum in grade K5-12th. We use BJU because of its Christ-centered material in all subjects. It also gives teachers the resources to meet all learning styles.


FCS administers the following standardized tests: Stanford Achievement Test - Grades K5 - 8   |   Otis Lennon Ability Test - Grades 1, 4, 8, 11

Elementary & Middle School Courses

1st - 3rd GRADES 

Bible

Art

Language Arts

Math

Music

Penmanship

Phonics & Reading

Social Studies

Science

Spelling


4th-6th GRADES 

Bible

Art

Language

Math

Music

Penmanship

Physical Education

Reading

Science

Social Studies

Spelling

7th GRADE

Bible

English

Pre-Algebra

Life Science

South Carolina History

PE/Heatlh

• Electives include:

  • Choir
  • Drama
  • Yearbook
  • Band
  • Study Hall
  • Debate

8th grade

• Bible

• English

• Pre-Algebra

• Physical Science

• American History

• PE/Health

• Electives include:

  • Choir
  • Drama
  • Yearbook
  • Band
  • Study Hall
  • Debate
  • FINE ARTS

    Fine Arts at FCS gives students an opportunity to develop and use the talents God has given them. Each year, all kindergarten and elementary classes perform programs for their parents and fellow students to showcase their abilities and give them an avenue to develop public speaking. Secondary students may also get involved in fine arts by joining the FCS drama class, high school choir, and participating in the annual spring play.

  • STUDENT GOVERNMENT

    The Student Government, under the direction of Mrs. Rachel Procik, takes an active roll in community service projects in the Florence area. Each grade, 7th-12th, sponsors two service projects, and the student government sponsors several school wide projects during the year. 


    Members of the association are elected by their classmates and learn leadership principles by organizing and running Homecoming activities and community service projects. The executive officers assist Mrs. Procik daily and help to run the monthly student government meetings.

  • debate

    Founded in 2011, our FCS Debate Team seeks to build reasoning, argumentation and oratorical skills through the forensic forum under the leadership of Mrs. Shannon S. McAlister. The team members compete and earn degrees from the NSDA (National Speech and Debate Association). They also compete in oratorical contests and have earned scholarships. Annually, we host SCISA's State Debate Tournament. The program seeks to build an environment where students can build relationships while using their God-given academic abilities to work together as a team.

  • Journalism

    The Journalism team spends hours listening to lectures, developing themes, deciding on colors and fonts, designing covers, and creating pages for the FCS yearbooks. It is not uncommon to work from home during the week, as well as on the weekends and in the process many lifelong skills are developed. We have tons of fun and laughter. Many enter this class in 7th grade and continue through 12th.