A variety of academic programs are offered through college preparatory courses, vocational courses, and special education courses. Intervention programs during the school day, after school and during the summer are available to students who need additional assistance. In a typical graduating class, over ninety percent of the students will go on to higher education.
All academic subjects are reviewed and revised on a five-year cycle by administrators, teachers, and educational service center curriculum supervisors. The curriculum reflects the most recent State requirements and is supported with up-to-date textbooks and instructional materials.
Students have access to computers in every classroom and most classrooms are equipped with a projector and smartboard. A computer lab is located in the library and the high school with two mobile wireless labs available for classroom projects.