At North Hills, we believe the Bible is much more than just an ancient library collection of inspirational quotes, historical accounts, and instructions for life. We teach the Bible to be one unified story that connects everything to and from Christ. Rather than imposing our opinions on Scriptures, students are taught how to allow this Biblical story to speak for itself, and through it, understand God’s intended message for their lives. In Bible class, students are taught to experience the Bible in a way that is engaging, approachable, and transformative.
The middle school curriculum includes topics such as Survey of Old Testament and New Testament, Christ’s Life and Ministry, Bible Doctrines, Inductive Bible Study of N.T. Epistles, Systematic Theology, Christian Apologetics and Worldview, and Biblical Prophecy.
Middle and high school students celebrate in worship through music led by high school students. Pastors, teachers, community leaders, alumni, and students serve as guest speakers that share about their spiritual journey and growth in Christ.
Students in 6th-12th grade participate in an annual 3-day Fall Retreat in September. The Retreat is designed to provide an environment where students engage in team building activities and relationship development. Most importantly, chapel times led by guest musicians and speakers challenge students to examine their relationship with God.