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High School Freshmen Information Sessions

March 3rd Jefferson Academy Information Session @ 7pm

The Thomas Jefferson Arts Academy is committed to inspiring all students to achieve academic and creative excellence. Students complete a rigorous college preparatory curriculum as well as in-depth study in the visual, performing, and media arts. Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses are offered beginning in ninth grade and students use a school-issued laptop for daily instruction

Click here for the live event link for the March 3rd Jefferson Academy Information Session

Thomas Jefferson Arts Academy No.84 - March 3rd @ 7pm

Thomas A. Edison Career and Technical No.87 - March 4th @ 7pm 

Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr. Health and Public Safety Academy No.83 - March 9th @ 7pm

J. Christian Bollwage Academy of Finance No.90 - March 10th @ 7pm 

Alexander Hamilton Preparatory Academy No.80 -  March 11th @ 7pm 

John E. Dwyer Technology Academy No.82 - March 15th @ 7pm 

Elizabeth High School Frank J. Cicarell Academy No.89 -  March 16 @ 7pm 

Stem Academy - March 2nd @ 7pm

Students enrolled in the STEM Academy, in addition to completing a rigorous college preparatory program, will also be given the opportunity to explore careers in areas such as computer science, biomedical sciences, pharmacy and engineering. The school program will also guide the participating students in pioneering the ways and means by which to integrate STEM principles (science, technology, engineering and mathematics)into the world we live in. Honors and AP classes will be offered to all interested students.  All STEM Academy students will be expected to comply with the rules, regulations, and policies of the Academy and the school district. 

High School Freshmen Information Sessions