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Senior High Class

The 9th - 12th grade students apply their critical-thinking skills to forming deeper, more enduring faith.  The Senior High teachers aim to prepare lessons that are contemporary and relevant to the busy and somtimes complicated lives of teenagers, helping them to transition to leading spiritually fulfilling lives as young adults.  This class focuses on our relationships with God and each other, and reminds students that we are all children of God, made in God's image, and we all deserve love, kindness, and respect.

The students and teachers discuss a wide range of real-world topics including acceptance and inclusion of others, social justice and action, generosity and smart money management.  Along with a lectionary-based curriculum (like many of our other classes) the Senior High class also participates, on a four-year cycle, in the Our Whole Lives Lifespan Sexuality curriculum.  Developed by the Unitarian Universalist Association and the United Church of Christ, Our Whole Lives is a sexual education curriculum built on the values of self worth, sexual health, responsibility, justice and inclusivity.

Currently, the Senior High class meets in room 7/8.

Our Whole Lives was featured in an article in The Christian Century.

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