Concordia’s High School offers a rich academic, athletic and fine arts program to students in grades nine to twelve.
Our focus is on providing authentic learning opportunities and a variety of life experiences through a tailored, flexible curriculum that lets students focus on their interests and talents while further developing their academic personalities.
Students are encouraged to pursue a balanced course of study that challenges them academically, emboldens them socially and spurs them spiritually. Whether they have a proclivity for the sciences or the humanities, high-level mathematics or the arts, Concordia students can find opportunities to flourish within the high school program.
Experienced and passionate faculty and dedicated parents create a strong community that supports students in their education and self-discovery.
Concordia’s High School produces well-rounded, well-educated, resourceful individuals who are prepared to take their places in the world.
Learning in High School
Concordia's High School offers a premier international school education based on an American curriculum which allows our students to identify and explore their passions, helping guide and prepare them for university.
High school students also encounter greater chances for leadership and service both in and out of the classroom through a wide variety of specialized courses and co-curricular clubs and activities.
In addition to a number of Advanced Placement (AP) options across disciplines, the High School offers Applied Learning courses that provide authentic opportunities for students to deepen their understanding of subjects in which they have an interest. Concordia is also a member of the Global Online Academy (GOA), which offers an array of rigorous credit-bearing courses that allow students to personalize their learning.
High School Counseling
High School counselors provide guidance in academic, college and career planning as well as assist students with personal and social needs through our personalized, student-centered counseling program that informs and supports both students and parents.
- Our Stories
We are proud of our graduating Class of 2022 who have gained admission to an impressive list of colleges and universities across the world, including top-ranked universities and best-fit colleges with specialized programs.
For students to be successful as 21st Century professionals, they need to first develop the necessary skills—skills that Harvard professor Dr. Tony Wagner calls "survival skills.” At Concordia, these survival skills are at the heart of the Applied Learning (AL) Business and Finance course, where last semester students worked with a local start-up to complete their 2021 Marketing Challenge.
We are blessed at Concordia to have such passionate students who seek opportunities to share their knowledge and skills with others. One such student, Shreyas S. (Class of '25), has just published a book on drone technology while he’s been on home-based learning.
Learn more about this rigorous academic program that offers university-level courses and exams to high school students.
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