Akron Early College High School - Students earn a high school diploma and an associate's degree or up to 72 hours toward a bachelor's degree. 100% of the student body is dual enrolled at both AECHS and The University of Akron. The school serves students in grades 9 - 12 through a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum. Students apply for admission in the 8th grade, and all students begin college coursework in the 9th grade. High school classrooms are located in three buildings on the campus of The University of Akron.
National Inventor's Hall of Fame High School...Center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Learning — This is Akron's newest school. It opened in fall 2012 and currently houses 100+ ninth graders with plans to add one grade level per year for the next 3 years. This school continues the mission begun by the STEM middle school with hands on learning emphasizing the use of technology and inquiry learning. The school is located in the old Central Hower School across from the University of Akron with close ties to the University. Akron U has pledged millions of dollars in scholarships to be directed at Akron Public School Graduates, particularly from the STEM program.
National Inventor's Hall of Fame School...Center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Learning — This school opened in fall 2009 and currently houses grades 5-8. This school specializes in hands on learning and emphasizes the use of technology and inquiry learning and will serve as a pilot for successful teaching practices to be used at the district's other schools.
International Baccalaureate — The IB program at Firestone High School is a rigorous two-year curriculum that meets the highest standards required of any high school student in the world.
Career Education—Students can choose from more than 30 two-year, accredited, occupational training programs that meet industry standards and get graduates ready for college or jobs. '
Visual & Performing Arts — Nearly 700 students participate in visual and performing arts programs at Miller South School for the Visual and Performing Arts (grades 4-8) and Firestone High School. Firestone students can earn an arts endorsement on their diploma and transcript. Our students perform at concerts and dance recitals and in a wide variety of music and theatre programs.
College Access — Students can earn a high school diploma and college credit through the Seniors to Sophomores program, or known as S2S, high school seniors can earn a diploma while earning 24 college credit hours at The University of Akron.
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