Academic opportunities in a wide variety of subjects are organized to meet the developmental and intellectual needs of our students and include general level, college preparatory level, honors level, and Advanced Placement level courses.

We also offer a variety of vocational courses including horticulture, natural resources, auto mechanics, welding, woodworking, construction, computer science, business, and family and consumer studies.

Guidance services include personal and academic counseling, college and career planning, scheduling, classroom presentations, parent information nights, and newsletters, among a myriad of other individualized services.

Special Education services are provided to those students who are identified with specific learning needs.

Math Lab is open every block to provide homework help and support to students during study halls and is staffed by a certified math teacher.  In addition, the Library is open to students with passes from their subject teachers for research and other work.

Assisted Study is available for students who need a smaller, more structured and supportive study hall.

Project Success is an after-school program for students who are struggling academically.  It provides opportunities to meet with teachers, receive help to improve organization and study habits, and a quiet place to work.

Teachers are available upon request before and after school for extra help.   Teachers can be contacted directly by parents and students via email (see Infinite Campus or the Faculty & Staff Directory).