High School

The heart and soul of our campus are the students that walk our halls while exploring what God has for their future. At MCS, students receive a dynamic high school education that encourages them to fulfill God’s unique calling on their lives through spiritual, physical, & academic pursuits.

At Maranatha Christian School, we guide students as they prepare for college both educationally and spiritually. Offering honor courses in both English and math, students receive the highest quality of instruction from experienced, caring teachers. Small teacher-student ratios keep instruction personal and allows for more individual attention which helps students thrive. MCS engages students to be impactful leaders through an empowering, compelling education within a spiritual world view.

Meet Our Teachers

Terry Simmons

Terry Simmons teaches high school English and is the High School Supervisor at MCS. She has been part of the MCS family since 2010 and originally was the Childcare Director for the Nursery-Pre-K department. She later decided to follow her true passion and that was teaching. Terry is a giver, and she always is helping out in areas that need her expertise.

Karen Jeffords

Karen Jeffords joined the MCS family in 2017 and teaches high/middle school Algebra 1-2, Geometry, & Chemistry. She thrives to educate and equip students with new innovative learning methods so that all her students will be successful in understanding difficult mathematic concepts.

MCS graduates have been accepted at major universities across the nation; many earn scholarships to the colleges of their choice.

Maranatha Christian School is accredited by the South Carolina Association of Christian Schools (SCACS) and a member of the American Association of Christian Schools (AACS).

MCS Class Ranking Policy:

MCS Class Ranking is based on the following:

A ranking report for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade is printed/archived at the end of each academic year and have a printed date calculated on the report that coincides with the end of year transcript.

Study Guide Zone (Free Guides & Practice Tests) This is a fantastic website that offers help on college choices, college costs, writing admissions essays, letters of recommendation, senior year planning, and more.

Best Colleges – Rankings, Statistics & Data – CollegeStats.org This site showcases colleges of all types from across the country.

Students in grades 9-11 will have an opportunity to take the PSAT each year.  This test is a good predictor of future SAT scores and will help parents know if their student is on track to qualify for various college scholarships. The ACT Test for Students | ACT

testpreppreview.com – This site is a free online test resource center for the ACT and several other tests. You can register and take a free ACT online course that will help identify any gaps and help strengthen weak areas covered by the ACT.