Here is a list of all of the aid and scholarship opportunities that exist for new and returning students.
VOLUNTEER / WORK STUDY
One of the most important pieces to making our school a vibrant community is the partnership that we have with our families here at Covenant.
View our help pages for more information or click here to contact our school nurse.
SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
Students can bring their lunch, purchase light snacks, or order delivery from Schoolhouse Fare. Various restaurants deliver pre-ordered lunches to the school each day of the week.
LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
Covenant’s LMC participates in the Indianapolis Public Library Shared System, which allows our staff and students access to many materials, databases, and resources that only a large city library can offer.
Many of your questions will be answered in our Family Handbook. Download and review with your student to understand expectations at Covenant.
Subscribe to our calendars and get text alerts for delays and closings with EventLink.
View class schedules, including 2-hour delays, assemblies, finals weeks, J-Term, and early dismissals.
Covenant requires each student to bring their own working computing device daily. Basic technology help for students is available here.
Student Publications produces a newspaper/magazine, social media posts, yearbook, video, and other forms of communication, representing the student body.
Covenant offers 13 various clubs for all students to participate in. Click the link below to learn more about what we have available.
Visit our Help section for many more resources and instructions.
We train every student not only to understand the world from a Christian perspective, but also to engage the world and impact it for Christ. Covenant’s prayer is that our graduates will leave us having had their minds enlightened, their hearts inflamed, and their lives transformed.
Covenant Christian High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.