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9th - 12th Grade / High School

High school is a time of personal growth and discovery. Students have the skills to nurture their academic strengths and interests, exploring complex ideas in all subject areas. Building on previous knowledge and skills, children can apply higher-level thinking to reach beyond the classroom. They analyze and question the world around them, as they prepare for high-school, college and careers. Equipped with a solid moral and academic foundation, students are ready to succeed.
 

Now Offering High School!

We will offer young fives - tenth grade in the Fall of 2021, adding grades eleven and twelve over the next two years.
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Center Line Preparatory High School Early College Program

Our Early College Program allows students to earn a high school diploma and an associate degree or certificate for FREE.
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Curriculum

AP Courses
Curriculum

English Language Arts

AP Courses

Center Line Preparatory Academy offers a rich and challenging curriculum for academically motivated students. Because we want students to hit the ground running when they enter college, we require them to take at least two AP courses while in high school.

Technology
Curriculum

Math

Technology

With its growing impact on the future of our students, we fully embrace technological innovation and offer wireless campuses, interactive whiteboards, and rich digital content in all subject areas.

Community Service
Curriculum

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Community Service

We ask that our scholars give back to their communities by completing at least 60 hours of community service.

Academic Support

From building a personalized pathway to providing ongoing support, your child will have experienced guides helping them navigate every step of the way to ensure your child is maintaining academic standards.
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Applying to College

Applying to college can be one of the most exciting and stressful seasons of a student’s life – but as their parent, there are a few things you can do (or avoid) to help the process. Even if this process is new to your family, you can rest assured that millions of other first-time college families have navigated this process successfully before you. Keep reading for answers to some of the most popular questions.
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College Counseling

College and Career
College Counseling

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Our College Counseling program provides the knowledge and resources necessary to help students and parents make informed post-secondary decisions. We’ll work with each student during an advisory class, as well as group meetings, and also meet one-on-one with juniors and seniors for individualized planning.

Curriculum
College Counseling

curriculum

Our rigorous curriculum helps to ensure graduates are prepared for college. Students are required to complete at least two AP courses, submit college applications, and fulfill at least 60 hours of community service before graduation. We are available to meet with students individually to plan out academic courses and discuss school curriculum.

College Reps Visit Our School
College Counseling

college reps

Our College Counseling team hosts college and university representatives each year. Juniors and seniors are encouraged to attend the representatives’ presentations to learn more about the individual schools and to gain insight into numerous educational programs available.

Campus Visits
College Counseling

campus visits

A critical step in finding the right college or university is to visit the campus. Juniors and seniors will be given two excused absences each academic year to visit the colleges or universities of their choice.

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We can't wait to share in your child's journey! Apply online, in person or over the phone, and don't hesitate to ask questions along the way. We are here for you!

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