Do you have a high school student who desires opportunities to grow?
Below are several organizations that provide quality training to give your high school students a well rounded understanding of the world and how they can make an impact in the arena they are called to serve.
How a society answers the tough moral questions will be determined by the worldview of those making the decisions.
In a world that continually bombards young adults to question the truth and doubt their faith, Summit Ministries is standing strong in its mission of “Raising generations to embrace God’s truth and champion a biblical worldview.”
To learn more visit Summit.org.
“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a worker who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.”
– 2 Timothy 2:15
Speech and Debate
Participating in speech and debate is a tremendous way for students to gain experience with public speaking, logic, reasoning, and civil debate. Below are two organizations which do an excellent job in providing the training and community for students to thrive.
Stoa defines its mission as follows: “Stoa is a national High School and Junior High Speech and Debate organization serving the needs of privately educated, Christian Homeschooling families. Stoa trains and supports leaders who in turn develop students into confident, articulate leaders who can change their culture through the marketplace of ideas. Our students become like family, learning to encourage one another, accept criticism, and accept both victory and defeat with grace. Our graduates have become leaders at every level of work, community, and ministry.”
To learn more visit Stoausa.org.
The history and vision of NCFCA
“Since 2001, NCFCA Christian Speech & Debate League has empowered students to apply and communicate their worldview with skill and clarity. Whether a student is terrified of public speaking or loves a rousing debate, our training and competition will provide a supportive opportunity for them to apply a biblical worldview to real-life issues.”
To learn more visit ncfca.org.
“But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, but with gentleness and respect.”
– 1 Peter 3:15
Civics and Government
Patriot Academy is designed to teach the basic civic education and give students an understanding upon which America was founded.
Their mission is: Inspire Patriotism, Equip Citizens, and Educate a Nation.
To learn more visit Patriot Academy.
As stated on its website, “The Vision of Generation is to assist parents to raise up the next generation of Christian leaders and citizens, equipped to positively influence the political process of today and tomorrow.”
To learn more visit Generation Joshua.
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“Do you see a person skilled in his work? He will stand before kings; he will not stand before obscure people.”
– Proverbs 22: 29
Career Decision and Higher Education
So many questions are being asked of high schoolers as they approach graduation. Where are you going to college? What will you major in? Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
This can be overwhelming and intimidating leaving students asking: “What if I make the wrong decision?”
Navigate is a 16-week course designed to help you discover your passion and purpose. Learn more at the Beunbound.us
Does your student want to get a wide range of exposure before pursuing a career?
The paralegal program covers many areas of law that people interact with on a daily basis.
- Real Estate Transactions
- Family Law
- Constitutional Law
- Business Organization
- Christian Conciliation
- and more
Business, ministry, government – there is no shortage of opportunities for someone with a legal foundation. To learn more visit the paralegal program webpage.