Victory Christian School was founded in 1981 as a church-sponsored non-denominational, co-educational school. Victory's current enrollment is 130 students in grades kindergarten through twelfth (twenty-five students in grades nine through twelve). Victory exists for the purpose of helping Christian families train their students to be servants for the Lord. Students in grades 9-12 are required to take a minimum of 25 courses for graduation, including a year of theology for every year they attend Victory, four in English, three in math (through Algebra II/Trigonometry), three in laboratory science, three in history (one in United States History and one semester of government), two in foreign language, and six in fine arts/practical arts/physical education. Victory offers a third year of foreign language, senior calculus, senior economics, and senior physics. Victory Christian School maintains a rigorous college preparatory program.
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