High school is a busy season. And yet, your student has more questions and is facing more challenges than ever before. How are you equipping your student to navigate life issues in light of Scripture?
We have created for you a self-contained curriculum that walks your student through issues they will encounter in their lives, and the lives of those close to them, so that they can understand and respond in light of God’s word.
Read more on the Foundations informational page!
One (1) student workbook
Four (4) companion reading guides and (Option 1) corresponding books or (Option 2) no books
Access to 30 hours of lectures from pastors, professors, and certified counselors
Does this curriculum count for high school credit?
This curriculum is designed to fulfill the minimum requirement of 180 hours for a 1 credit hour high school Bible, sociology, or elective course; HOWEVER, always check your state requirements, as regulations vary by state.
What are the assigned books in this curriculum?
Counseling One Another by Paul Tautges; When People are Big and God is Small by Ed Welch; Counseling the Hard Cases by Stuart Scott & Heath Lambert; and A Theology of Biblical Counseling by Heath Lambert.
Why do you offer an option without books?
We decided to offer Option 2 (no books included), as a lower cost option for families who already own these popular biblical counseling books.
During which year of high school should we use this curriculum?
Due to the content and requirements of this course, we recommend using it for 11th & 12th grade students.