Southwest Christian offers a unique opportunity for high school home-schooled students to take anywhere from one to three classes on campus to complement their regular course of study. Popular courses have included:
Theology (11th or 12th grade)
Concert Choir (any grade)
Band (any grade)
Regular or Honors Chemistry (11th or 12 grade)
Physics (11th or 12th grade)
Studio art classes such as 2D Art, 3D Art (Ceramics)
Science electives such as Bioethics, Exploring the I.D. / Evolution Debate
Classes meet three times a week: either M-W-F or M-T-Th. Monday classes are 45 minutes long. Tuesday through Friday classes are 85 minutes long. Lunch is available for purchase in our cafeteria. Home-schooled students are also welcome to participate in Encounter (chapel) on Wednesdays from 10:25 to 11:10.
A shortened application, brief interview, and one-time $20 application fee is required for admission. Tuition is $650 per class, per semester.
"Finding a education plan that precisely matched our child’s learning needs/style was why we chose the part-time option. The American education system is changing and currently has so many options. Thinking about what our child needs first and then designing the high school curriculum was exciting to develop with Southwest Christian High School. We have been so appreciative of the staff’s communication and expertise. We are thrilled with our relationship to Southwest and see a tremendous benefit with the homeschool and Christian culture classroom, a real 'sweet spot' for our child and family."
- Gene and Lowie S.
"SWCHS truly offers a personalized and individualized approach to working with students and families who desire a non-traditional education. The admissions staff worked closely with our family to find a schedule that met our student's individual needs, without compromising her academic goals and path. They offer numerous options for core curriculum, as well as many electives to supplement a home-schooling option. The students and staff are so welcoming to non-traditional students. They went above and beyond to help our student acclimate into as much of the student life and activity as desired."
- Tina A.
For more information or to have an application e-mailed to you, contact Sue Beuning, Director of Admission, at