The high school curriculum offers a college preparatory education that provides students with the educational knowledge to help meet their vocational and academic requirements for the career to which God leads them. High school students have a rigorous curriculum which includes Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment classes. Electives may include Spanish, computer, physical education, speech, personal finance, yearbook, dramatic arts, personal evangelism, and health. Graduation requirements meet or exceed the high school graduation requirements set by the state of Georgia.
We believe in teaching from a biblical perspective since clear teaching of the Bible is the foundation for all other learning. All classes use the King James Bible for daily Bible lessons and Scripture memorization. Weekly chapel time engages and challenges students with a relevant lesson applicable to their life.
The arrival and dismissal times are 8:10-3:10.
The early drop-off time is 7:30 a.m. ($5.00 per student per day), and the two late pick-up times are 4:45 ($7.50 per student per day) and 5:30 ($11.50 per student per day).
Students have opportunities to be involved in a variety of extracurricular activities including athletics, fine arts, and other programs. The VBS sports program includes football, volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, baseball, and softball.
Students wear a school uniform (uniform lists and purchasing information is available in the school office). The girls wear blouses, jumpers, and pants / skirts / skorts. The boys wear long pants and a shirt with a collar. On Fridays, students may wear spirit wear that is purchased through the school. Students taking Physical Education are required to purchase a PE uniform.
Achievement test scores have consistently shown our students ranking well above average nationally as well as within the schools in the Georgia Association of Christian Schools. Victory Baptist School administers achievement tests to students in kindergarten through high school during the spring of the school year. Parents are notified of the exact dates, and a copy of the results are sent home to parents.