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to provide excellence in athletics while instilling biblical truths in the hearts and minds of their student athletes so that they are inspired to walk with strength and honor as they seek to discover God’s plan for their lives.

We are committed to developing each players athletic ability to perform at the highest level and most importantly using athletics as a venue for discipleship and worship. We recognize that our gifts and abilities come directly from God so therefore we desire for Him to get the attention and glory He deserves.

Coastal Christian is a member of the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) and we will strive to maintain an athletic program of the highest quality. You can visit to learn more about the athletic association.





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Mike Scheffel / direct line: 910.395.0995


Course Selections

Prior to registration, lists of courses (by grade) are distributed to students and their parents for review and selection. The guidance director at CCHS is available to answer questions regarding class content and courses of study. At least five students must be registered for any elective or AP class to be offered. Honors Ensemble and all drama/dance classes require an audition.

Grading Policy

Grading Standard CCHS uses the following grading scale for Standard College Preparatory, Honors, and Advanced Placement levels of study: A = (90-100) B = (80-89) C = (70-79) D = (60-69) F = (59 and below)

Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculation

A grade point average is calculated by taking the sum of the number of points assigned to each letter grade and dividing the sum by the number of courses. In the fall of 2015, beginning with the Class of 2019, CCHS moved to the scale now approved by the NCDPI (North Carolina Dept. of Public Instruction). The following table shows the point scales used for courses completed before and after that change. Students older than the class of 2019 maintain the original point value for all courses taken throughout graduation.


Coastal Christian High School requires a minimum of 26 credits to graduate. This graduation requirement exceeds the minimum credits as required by the North Carolina Department of Non-Public Education (NCDNPE).

College-Preparatory (Standard) requires 26 units that include:

  • 4 units of English (English I-IV)

  • 4 units of Math (Algebra I, geometry, Algebra II required, and any math beyond Algebra II)

  • 3 units of History (World History, US History, and one other history course)

  • 3 units of Science required; 4 recommended (one physical science, one biological science and one additional lab courseā€”i.e. chemistry)

  • 2 consecutive units of foreign language required; 3 recommended

  • 10 electives (including the following: PE/Health, 2 units of Bible, and a Fine Art credit.)

Additional Graduation Requirements

  • All seniors are required to take the SAT, ACT, or community college entrance exam by March of their senior year.

  • All seniors must have reported the completion of a minimum of 25 hours of community service for every year in attendance at CCHS before graduation.