World Of Knowledge

  • The High School Classroom

  • Our High School classroom is split into two groups: 

    • LHS (Lower High School) is our under classman – 9th / 10th Grade
    • UHS (Upper High School) is our upper classman – 11th / 12th Grade
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  • The purpose of high school for our World of Knowledge students is simple.  We are here to ensure they are prepared for life after school, whether it be a job / career, college, technical school or starting their own business, we want to make sure that they are prepared for whatever life throws at them.  

    Students are strongly encouraged to pursue AP (Advanced Placement), Honors and College Dual Enrollment options.  These options are given to enhance the students learning time while at World of Knowledge.

  • General Academic Goals

    • The curriculum includes a variety of lessons to ensure that the student is self-disciplined and motivated academically to succeed to their fullest potential.  Students are strongly encouraged to pursue AP (Advanced Placement), Honors and College Dual Enrollment (please see our dual enrollment tab for additional information) options.  These options are given to enhance the students learning time while at World of Knowledge.  

    • This curriculum includes the following:  (A breakdown of each class is available in our course description tab)

    • English 
    • Mathematics
    • Art / Art History
    • Sciences
    • Agricultural
    • Physical Education
    • H.O.P.E
    • Foreign Language
    • Home Economics – Each student will learn the fundamentals of sewing, light cooking and housekeeping.
    • History
    • Driver’s Ed
    • Personal Fitness
    • Government
    • World Cultures / Geography
    • Weightlifting
    • Speech – Each student will be required to produce and present speeches.  Students will be able to: present relevant information in required time span, present information from memory using few prompts, communicate information accurately and thoroughly.
    • Career Education/Service Learning 
    • Other Electives

    • Students will also learn:
    • how to develop financial / personal plans
    • how to create a resume
    • how to learn economic independence
    • activities that value all nine intelligences and a variety of learning styles
    • communication and active listening exercises
    • development of time management skills
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  • The high school offers a curriculum designed to provide opportunities for our young adults to be self-confident and gain self-knowledge, to belong to a community, to learn to be adaptable, to be academically competent and challenged and to create a vision of their personal future. The student-centered environment, where the teacher is a facilitator of meaningful and challenging work, encourages active, self-directed learning in the class, school, city and global community.