Unity Christian High School offers a no-frills curriculum designed to prepare graduates for further education in the two or four year college of their choice. Over 90% of the Unity graduates go on to either a two or four year institution of higher learning.
Minimum requirements for graduation are 4 years of English, 2 years of math, 2 years of science, 3.5 years of social studies, 4 semesters each of Bible and Physical Education, 1 year of computer, 1 semester of consumer education, 1 year of fine arts, 1 semester of speech, and 10 semesters of electives from math, science, social studies, Spanish, business, art, or drafting.
Many colleges (Illinois State Schools) now require 3 years of science for admission. College bound students are strongly urged to take as much math and science as possible.
Unity Christian offers the opportunity to participate in IHSA athletics. Sports for men include soccer, basketball, and baseball. Volleyball and basketball are offered for women. Students can participate in student government, academic bowl, band, and choir.
The average ACT composite score for the last five years at Unity is 22.9, the Class of 2018's ACT average is currently 24.3.
Unity Christian High School offers a solid college prep program with emphasis on integration of Biblical concepts in all areas of instruction.
U.C.S. Philosophy of Purpose and Objectives
Unity Christian School is established and operated by Christian families in obedience to God's command to "nurture your children in the ways of the Lord". God instituted the family and gave to parents the responsibility for instruction, so that His promise of redemption would be passed throughout the generations.
Statement of Purpose
To provide a formal education from a biblical perspective for the whole child which helps families prepare children for their principal tasks in life, namely, to tend the earth as belonging to God, to present Christ to others as Savior and Lord, and to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.
This purpose is expressed at Unity Christian in the following, which we hold as our Basic Commitments: