California Prep’s high school curriculum is built to serve our students in grades 9-12 and accelerated learners. Our high school courses blend the best features associated with 21st century learning, research-driven design, compelling interactivity, and easy to use online and offline content.
Our approach is to focus on a customized plan for each student, providing a pathway to graduation, college and beyond.
An ever expanding catalog of courses
The California Prep high school course catalog sports a robust, offering of hundreds of core and elective courses. An expansive list of core, elective, and Advanced Placement® (AP®) courses, provides the California Prep learner with rigor, flexibility and choice.
Courses are offered in various levels of difficulty to meet the needs of all of California Prep’s learners. With 6 different world languages to choose from, and a rich offering of electives that include robotics, engineering and experimental sciences, student chart their own course to success at California Prep.
The California Prep Core
California Prep’s comprehensive core high school curriculum provides students with a strong base to chart their own course to college and beyond.
- California Prep Core courses are similar to the standard courses offered by many other programs. They meet all academic requirements for each course area both for graduation as well as for potential admission into a wide range of colleges. Classes are A to G approved and recognized by the University of California and the California State University Systems
- California Prep Honors courses provide students with a more comprehensive and demanding course of study. Success in these courses translates into better prepared students and college credits that may be applied to university and college credits.
- California prep Advanced Placement (AP) courses are college-level courses that follow curriculum specified by the College Board. Success in these courses translates into better prepared students and college credits that may be applied to university and college credits