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9th - 12 Grade

The upper school at RTCA provides a college preparatory education designed to equip students to be critical thinkers and Christ-honoring decision makers. Students must have 24 credits to graduate.

4 units of English
4 units of Math
4 units of Science
4 units of Social Studies, includes Bible History
1 unit Health/PE
2 units Foreign Language
1 Senior Bible Course
4 Electives

RTCA offers various types of high school courses, including College Prep, Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment courses. Students are encouraged to choose courses based on their interests and strengths.


Taking an Honors Course

It is the goal of RTCA to provide each of its students with the best education possible. Our goal is to place students in the classes that will enable them to succeed to the best of their abilities.

1) It is recommended that students have an 88 or above in each respective subject area in order to take an Honors Class.

2) Teacher recommendations—Grades can paint a large part of the picture when placing a student into the appropriate classes, but they can leave gaps that can only be bridged by professional input. Teacher recommendations serve this role by providing feedback as to whether a student can and will do the heightened level of work required in Honors courses. Factors that can be taken into account are academic potential, motivation, and conduct. Because of the personal nature of this input, teacher recommendations are confidential.


Retention in Honors Track

Once in the program, a student should maintain grades at an A or B level. At the conclusion of the current school year, a student is expected to have attained at least an 80 yearly average in each course.  If the student is below this level, the Director of Academic Affairs will contact the student/family to discuss options.


Dual Enrollment

RTCA students may take courses offered through the DE program and simultaneously earn college and high school credit. The student participates in college classes offered on RTCA’s campus. The student will receive high school credit (1.0 Carnegie unit) while also receiving college credit (3 hours). To participate, see the Director of Academic Affairs.

Dual Enrollment allows high school students to take academic degree level core courses that will transfer to any Georgia technical college or Georgia public college or university. All college coursework taken through DE will be fully covered through Hope funding, and students will not be required to pay out of pocket for tuition, college fees, or textbooks. The only fees students may be responsible for are course-specific fees determined by the college. No hours taken through the DE program will count towards a student’s HOPE Grant or Scholarship caps.

RTCA partners with Southeastern Technical College for Dual Enrollment. As a student at STC and RTCA, the student will be required to adhere to all high school and technical college rules and regulations.


If you would like to be part of the RTCA family, please Apply Here.