Schools and Curriculum

HFICPP students can choose from several private high schools to best fit their academic and extracurricular goals:

Academic classes take place from Monday through Friday, and the school day runs from about 7:45 AM to 2:20 PM. The high schools offer a variety of courses in math, science, social studies, the arts, computer science, fine arts, English, literature, foreign languages, music, physical education, and religion. Religion requirements may be waived, depending on the academic year in which the student enrolls in the high school.

Each high school offers a unique curriculum, including a variety of honors and AP courses. Generally, HFICPP schools require 25 to 28 credits for graduation. Students who demonstrate the academic skill to succeed in a higher-level course that is not offered by their high school may take the course at a local college. There may be an additional cost for this service.

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