High School Program (Grades 9-12)
Grades 9-12 employ similar resources and strategies as in the younger grade levels, but the high school program further emphasizes the development of life skills that will enable students to become successful adults. The program is designed for diploma-tracked students who may need a smaller, supportive environment in order to achieve graduation requirements, but can also accommodate students on a certificate track.
Our high school students are provided with an individual education plan, complete with personal goals and a high school course plan to ensure social and emotional needs are addressed while fulfilling graduation requirements.
Each student works with a core teacher who coordinates activities with the student’s other teachers and helps to develop, monitor, and support the student’s goals. Class sizes remain small with a maximum of 12 students, and academic remediation and supports are provided as required.
We also access outside resources to widen the range of core and elective courses provided, including online college-prep and Advanced Placement courses through the University of California Learning Campus and the National Repository of Online Courses (NROC).