Our middle and high school students focus on a college preparatory curriculum while offering courses in Bible, honors courses in math, English, government/economics, and U.S. History with an emphasis on analytical research. In grades 7-12, students fully develop basic academic skills, and then focus on the academic specialties. Courses ranging from foreign language to physics and from life sciences to literature are designed to prepare students for college. Many of our juniors who have excelled during the academic year participate in the dual enrollment program with Horry-Georgetown Technical College during the summer, which allows them to take college classes for dual credit.
More than 90 percent of Conway Christian School graduates attend college. Alumni are attending or have attended classes at a variety of institutions including Liberty University, Harvard University, Purdue, North Greenville University, Clemson University, Coastal Carolina University, Furman University, Regent School Of Law, Converse College, Trident Technical College, the University of South Carolina, Horry-Georgetown Technical College, The College of Charleston, Charleston Southern, Bob Jones University, Coker College, Howard University, Universal Technical Institute in Charlotte, University of Tampa, Francis Marion University, University of Alabama Birmingham, Winthrop University, Anderson University, Emmaus Bible College, Ravencrest College, Lander College, Savannah School of Art and Design, The Citadel, Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and N.C. State.