The Honors and Advanced Placement Program
is for students of exceptional academic ability who wish to earn college credit while in high school.
Honors Program Students have the opportunity to participate in the Scholars Fraternity,
an enrichment society designed to elevate the academic and cultural experience of the school's highest achieving students. Honors Program students will go through an application and interview process before being named a member of the selective fraternity.
An Honors Diploma is awarded to a student who earns grades of "C" or better in a program of study that includes Honors or AP classes in every subject and at every level in which they are offered (i.e. four years of Honors/AP English, mathematics, science, social studies and foreign language). Any student whose grade averages less than a "C" in any subject at the end of the school year will be ineligible for future Honors/AP classes in that subject.