We believe that the Bible is God’s direct revelation to man and contains the divine answers to man’s problems and needs. We teach the Bible both as a textbook and as a guide to enable students to develop a personal relationship with God. We encourage students to critically evaluate all of life’s situations by the standards set forth in the Bible, so they can make proper decisions based upon biblical mandates and its examples. Therefore, the Bible is the center of our curriculum and the foundation for Christian education at CAM. A Bible lesson is taught each day in accordance with our curriculum. Students will attend a weekly secondary chapel service. During chapel, students will worship through music and will learn from Christian speakers, including but not limited to local pastors and youth pastors.
The Middle School curriculum includes grammar, composition, spelling, vocabulary, poetry, literature, mathematics, science, and geography/history.
Physical Education, Digital Citizenship, and Preparing for College and Careers are the electives generally offered in middle school.
Students have the opportunity to participate in various activities depending on interest including drama, basketball, volleyball, archery, cheerleading, and golf.
Students planning to graduate from CAM will graduate with a state-recognized diploma, fulfilling the Core 40 requirements. These requirements are English (8 credits), Math (6 credits), Science (6 credits), Social Studies (6 credits), Directed Electives (5 credits), Physical Education (2 credits), Health (1 credit) and additional electives (6 credits). Students will also have the opportunity to graduate with a Core 40 with honors diploma or the Core 40 with technical honors diploma.
CAM students have the opportunity to participate in dual-credit/dual-enrollment courses through Ivy Tech Community College earning up to 30 college credits through courses taught on CAM’s campus by CAM faculty. Dual-enrollment courses may also be taken online or at the Madison Ivy Tech campus. In addition, students may seek high school or college-level online courses through various online programs. Any classes taken outside of CAM should be pre-approved by the administrator.
Students have the opportunity to participate in various activities including National Honor Society, drama, environmental club, basketball, volleyball, archery, cheerleading, and golf. Some of these activities may not be available if there is not enough student interest.
Indiana College Core
Do you want to get a head start on college? The Indiana College Core allows high school students to earn 30 general education credits that can be transferred as a block to any public college or university in Indiana, as well as some private institutions. In other words, students who earn the College Core in high school may already be finished with their first year of college at a fraction of the cost. To learn more about the Indiana College Core and put together your plan, use My College Core (mycollegecore.org) and work closely with your school counselor.
What is FAFSA?
The Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the most important document for determining if you’re eligible for financial aid — money to help you pay for education and training beyond high school. The easiest way to file the FAFSA is online at FAFSA.gov.
After you file your FAFSA, your college will be able to tell you which scholarships and grants you could receive as well as how much money you can borrow in federal loans. To find out more about the FAFSA, including what kinds of state financial aid is available, check out Learn More Indiana’s FAFSA guide for Hoosiers.
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