High school magnet programs
Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (AVAPA)
Students gain a semi-professional and early collegiate education and experience in their chosen disciplines. They develop meaningful relationships with faculty and gain experience with successful professionals all while they receive rigorous, well-rounded, student-centered instruction.
Accelerated Math & Science
Students advance quickly though math and science courses allowing them to take even more classes. Students on the Super Fast track can take Advanced Placement calculus as early as ninth-grade.
Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC)
Students become cadets while building valuable leadership, communication and self-discipline skills. Students participate in community service activities that promote teamwork and character.
College & Career including Classical
Students develop critical thinking skills and prepare for life after high school though college-level courses or career exploration. Students can choose between the college, career and classical strands.
Students earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree at the same time they earn their high school credits. This is a great opportunity to get a head start on college while avoiding the cost of tuition and books.
Collegiate Academy for Technology
Students gain technical and workplace skills as well as the opportunity to earn an Associate’s degree in Gaming or Software Design.
Early College High School (ECHS)
Students can earn up to 60 college credits at no cost. ECHS embeds social/emotional supports throughout the program to help students as they earn an Associate’s degree and/or certifications.
Global Business, Language & Leadership-High School
Students expand their understanding of global business while learning languages and leadership skills that make them more competitive. There is a focus on problem based learning activities that connect class instruction to real world applications.
International Baccalaureate World School (IB)
Students receive a broad liberal arts experience based on international standards of achievement. Students become proficient in a second language, explore human behavior, learn the process of educational inquiry and have the potential to earn college credits.
Math, Science, Technology (MST)-High School
Students focus on problem-solving and practical applications of math and science through technology-enhanced learning. Students choose a concentration which culminates in a capstone project that provides advanced academic and real-word experiences in their chosen field.