Ms. Martha A. Rojas, our ICS Counselor is on staff to provide guidance for students in grades 7 through 12. She was born and raised in El Paso, Texas, and has two amazing adult children and 4 precious grandbabies. She graduated from Bel Air, obtained a Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology from Park University, a Teacher Certification from UTEP, and her Masters in Education -Guidance and Counseling from The University of Texas at El Paso. She has over 39 years of teaching and counseling experience and has served our Lord for 45 years and continues to serve Him here at Immanuel. Ms. Rojas provides guidance to include preparing students for coursework planning, standardized tests, and college admission. Parents desiring to meet with her should make appointments through the school office at (915) 778-6160.
- Bible 4.0
- English 4.0
- Mathematics 4.0
- Science 4.0
- History 4.0
- Foreign Language 2.0
- Physical Education 1.0
- Fine Arts 1.0
- Electives 3.5
- Speech 0.5
Total Credits Required 28.0
Students at Immanuel Christian School can graduate under the Recommended/Distinguished Graduation Plans as described in the Texas Education Agency guidelines. Instead of 26 credits, Immanuel Christian School students must complete 28 hours due to the four required bible credits.
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Students coming from other accredited schools, including home schools and international schools (i.e., overseas and Mexico) who wish to graduate from Immanuel Christian School must meet all requirements as set forth by the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Only credits from courses approved by the TEA will be accepted.
International students who wish to transfer credits to ICS must request an evaluation by the Academic Counselor. Credit for coursework will be granted under the guidelines set forth in the Evaluation of Mexican Transcripts policy available in the Academic Counselor's office.
Immanuel Christian School prepares students for college admissions testing by providing practice SAT (PSAT), ACT (Explore), ASVAB exams. Students will be able to take these exams at ICS during school.
College Prep Program
All Juniors (11th grade) take an SAT prep course called College Prep which prepares students for the SAT as well as helping students navigate and prepare for the college application processes. College Prep also helps our students with career planning.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses offer high school students a higher level of learning to better prepare them for college. An AP Exam is offered at the conclusion of the course and the student may obtain college credit for the course by achieving a passing score on the exam.
For upperclassmen we currently offer:
AP English Language and Composition (English 3)
AP English Literature and Composition (English 4)
Dual Credit allows high school students to take courses that will earn both high school and college credit. We currently offer some dual credit courses for 11th and 12th-grade students through El Paso Community College. Please check with the Academic Counselor for options and availability, Ms. Martha Rojas at firstname.lastname@example.org.