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Students in grades 9 - 12 are scheduled for college prep courses that meet or surpass all of the State of Florida requirements.


AP and duel enrollment classes are offered when possible. Students register for and complete the PSAT/NMSQT test, the PLAN and Explore evaluation during the sophmore and Junior year for preparation for the SAT/ACT college entrance tests.


The following is the recommended schedule for our competitive college prep program.
Ninth Grade
  • Bible Elective
  • English I Honors
  • World Geography
  • Algebra I Honors
  • Physical Science Honors
  • World Language I
  • HOPE - health and physical education
Tenth Grade
  • Bible Elective
  • English II Honors
  • World History
  • Geometry Honors
  • Biology Honors
  • World Language II
  • Elective
Eleventh Grade
  • Bible Elective
  • English III Honors
  • U.S. History Honors
  • Algebra II Honors
  • Chemistry Honors
  • Electives (2)
  • (AP English is available in place of English III Honors)
  • Marine Science honors
Twelfth Grade
  • Bible Elective
  • English IV Honors
  • Economics / Psychology
  • Math Analysis (level 3 math)
  • Electives (3)
  • Anatomy and physiology honors
  • (AP English is available in place of English IV Honors)
Selected Electives / Upper Level Core Courses
  • AP Literature and Composition
  • AP Language and Composition
  • Anatomy Honors
  • Speech
  • College Algebra (FKCC)
  • College Trigonometry (FKCC)
  • College Statistics (FKCC)
  • AP Statistics (FLVS)
  • AP Biology (FLVS)
  • Writing
  • Internships
  • Journalism /Graphic design
  • Biblical World View
  • Physics
  • Marine Science Honors
  • Computers for college (FLVS) 
  • Ceramics
  • AP Art – Drawing
  • AP Art – 3D
  • Teaching Assistant
  • Drawing I, II
  • Painting I, II
  • 2D Comprehensive Art
  • Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum
ICS Students may take classes through Florida Virtual School (FLVS).  These classes have included:  Latin I, II; Web Development; SAT Prep; AP Calculus; and physics.
ICS students with administrative approval may take college credit classes for H.S. and college credit through the Florida Community College system.