When students reach high school, more emphasis is placed on evangelization and communication through critical thinking and hands-on activities in Life Quest, Life Lens, and Life Scope. Where Life Quest and Life Lens study a specific text, moment in history, or Church document in great detail through a written supplement, Life Scope presents information through multimedia outlets and challenges students to use media tools to proclaim the gospel of life.
In high school, students are introduced to longer supplements in Life Quest. By focusing on a specific text, Life Quest gives students an in-depth and comprehensive study of the culture of life themes in literature, history, Church documents, and more. Life Quest:
As in Life Quest, students examine current events or shorter texts in Life Lens, inspiring discussion of the culture of life within the context of another course or curriculum. Courses can be completed within one to five class periods, which gives teachers the flexibility to discuss culture of life themes as they appear in literary texts, history lectures, or current events. Life Lens:
Combining multimedia instruction and classroom discussion, Life Scope gives teachers all the tools they need to present specific topics within history, literature, science, and religion in a way that is fun and engaging for students. Courses are designed to be completed in three class periods. Life Scope: