Central Texas Christian School Secondary Campus is comprised of students in grades 6 - 12 with an enrollment of approximately 200 students in the middle school and high schools. The secondary academic program is a comprehensive offering of coursework ranging from introductory subjects through AP courses that can lead to college credit. CTCS students grow and develop through opportunities in advanced academics, athletics, fine arts, student organizations, leadership and community service, all of which are approached from a Biblical worldview. Over the last decade nearly 100% of all CTCS graduates have pursued either higher education degrees, served in the armed forces, or have served in the ministry or mission field. Over 95% of CTCS graduates go on to attend various colleges or universities across the country.
Grades 6 - 8
Grades 6th - 8th participate in a variety of academic competitions. Students may compete in math, spelling, and speech. Choir and band students are involved in vocal and instrumental solos, small ensembles, and large ensembles. Art students submit pieces to the ACSI Art Festival in the spring.
Grades 9 - 12
- National Honor Society
- Student Council
- Lions for Life
- Lion Leadership Academy
- Student Leadership University
- Marching Band, Concert Band
- Praise Band
- Community Service (required for all students)
- TAPPS Athletics: Cross-country, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track, Golf (boys)
- TAPPS Athletics: Cross-country, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Golf (girls)
- Varsity Cheer (girls)
Grades 9th - 12th participate in a variety of academic competitions through invitationals, TAPPS at the district and state levels, and ACSI. Students on the academic team participate in calculator, computer science, current events and issues, math, advanced math, number sense, ready writing, social studies, Spanish, spelling, and science. Speech students compete in extemporaneous speaking, original oratory, poetry, prose, solo acting, and duet acting. Choir and band students are involved in vocal and instrumental solos, small ensembles, and large ensembles. Art students submit pieces throughout the year to various competitions. Individuals from all events have placed at the district and state levels.