Cherokee Christian High School is a college preparatory school which seeks to provide a Christian, academically excellent education. Academic and moral instruction is integrated into a comprehensive program which prepares students to engage the world as servant-leaders. State-of-the-art electronic classrooms reinforce technology integration and internet information mining. Students are taught to follow the example of Christ and value knowledge, virtue, perseverance, excellence, and compassion. They are discipled to embrace life, respect others, and have a passion for the future. Students may choose from four different curriculum pathways to achieve a diploma, which meets or exceeds the state of Georgia’s college preparatory (with distinction) diploma requirements.
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Note: Advanced Placement (AP) Courses receive an added value of 1.0 quality points. Honor Courses receive an added value of 0.40 quality points.
Grade Point Average
- Grade Point Average Calculation is based on semester averages.
- Valedictorian and Salutatorian are chosen based on the cumulative high school GPA. Students must have attended Cherokee Christian High School for at least two years and not have been placed on behavioral probation during their senior year.
Cherokee Christian High School offers and encourages students to participate in a wide variety of extracurricular activities and events. Programs in athletic competition, fine arts, student government, journalism, and community service are available to supplement academic development.