Our 2013/2014 offerings include a diversity of programs enabling students to meet their abilities and serve their postsecondary goals. The district provides a level of course rigor and student achievement leading to successful 21st century learning and NJCCCS-aligned knowledge and skills proficiency.
Each student's scholastic program requires collaboration and cooperative planning between home and school. Students enrolled in the district must earn one hundred and twenty (120) credits for high school graduation. Careful, thoughtful consideration should be given to the course selection process to ensure compliance with state requirements as well as meeting the academic interests of the individual student.