Curriculum


Elementary School

The Elementary School curriculum includes literature-based reading, language arts, writing, math, social studies, science, and computer instruction. Students have many opportunities to work above grade level. Enrichment activities and projects are implemented through all content areas to extend learning. All students will also participate in PE classes.

We meet students’ intellectual, imaginative, social and physical essentials in a positive learning environment in which each child cultivates. The teachers will also set individual goals for student progress based on demanding assessments and standards. This allows the teachers to evaluate each student’s progress throughout the year.


Middle School

The Middle School curriculum is designed to provide a transition from elementary school to high school.  Through challenging studies, students are encouraged to develop their skills in research, communications, logic thinking, critical thinking and analysis, time management, and self-discipline. The teachers will also set individual goals for student progress based on demanding assessments and standards. This allows the teachers to evaluate each student’s progress throughout the year.


High School

Our High School curriculum has challenging academics, and enrichment programs. We offer a positive learning environment that encourages dignity and self-sufficiency. Our curriculum ensures the opportunity for each student to realize his/her full potential. Our experienced teachers will lead our students in a full range of classes.

Requirements for Graduation

Students must earn 24 credits to graduate. Distributional requirements are listed below. Students earn one credit for each core course and a ½ credit for electives.

  • 4 years of Math (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of Science (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of English (4 Credits)
  • 4 years of Social Science core subject (4 Credits)
  • 8 semesters of Fine Arts/Computers/Foreign Language (4 Credits)
  • 2 semesters of PE (2 Credits)
  • 1 semester of Health (1 Credit)
  • 1 semester of Computer Applications (1 Credit)
  • 100 hours of Community Service

**Course offerings may change due to staffing or student interest.