KVCS celebrates first high school graduate

Submitted by Ruthanne  Dolezal

 

Kristina Noble’s high school graduation from Kootenai Valley Christian School is significant because she is the first student to have completed the required High School courses through our Ignitia program.

KVCS offered pre-school through eighth Grade for the years preceding 2016/2017, and then opened a new high school program in the fall of 2016.

The Ignitia program at KVCS is a strategic hybrid of teacher instruction, social learning, and online lesson work that provides high quality education for KVCS students in seventh through twelfth grade.

KVCS has also enrolled international satellite students who have studied with our teachers and earned U.S. high school credits.

The Ignitia curriculum provides the option of study in 20 languages.

Noble completed her required coursework during the summer of 2018.   During her years as a KVCS student, she was a member of the Chapel Band and a teacher’s aide for Spanish. She participated in various KVCS community presentations and mission trips too.

Kristina plans to attend college to pursue a degree in nursing. Her graduation is scheduled for Oct. 29, at 2 p.m. at KVCS.

Kristina Noble’s senior photo. Noble is the first graduate of Kootenai Valley Christian School. Photo courtesy of Ruthanne Dolezal.