Ages 14 - 18
Our high school program prepares students for their post-secondary education with the skills they need to succeed. Academic rigor is combined with the flexibility for students to request classes, join and start clubs, and develop important emotional resilience and self-advocacy skills that carry them confidently forward.
HIGH SCHOOL AT EDUCATION WITHOUT WALLS
FULL-TIME HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
This program offers a holistic education with a complete academic curriculum, support services, available comprehensive college admissions counseling, and a full slate of extracurricular activities in which students can participate. Support services include executive function coaching, tutoring, and homework support. Learn more about our curriculum and educational philosophy here.
PART TIME HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
This program is ideal for families who homeschool their children and want to provide them with academically rigorous in-person classes and a well-rounded social environment.
Part-time students are also diploma candidates and will receive an EWoW diploma if they meet our diploma requirements.
HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMY
High school students with a GPA of 3.0 or higher can participate in our High School Academy. This program allows our students to receive college credits, which can be counted toward their high school diploma and a college degree. High School Academy students receive guided counseling and the ability to study alongside other highly motivated peers. Read below about Chris, an alum who benefitted from this program.
“The High School Academy classes gave me an edge going to college, knowing I could do the work. I'm doing a five-year MBA program, and I can skip a year of college with these extra credits. I'll get my degree in four years and save a lot of money.”
Christopher Carrara - Class of 2021
Grammar and Essay Writing
Heroes & Legends of Literature I & II
AP Literature & Language
AP Language & Composition
College Writing Prep
Combined Science I & II
(Bio, Chem, Phys)
Biochemistry in Herbal Medicine
Intro to Engineering
Anatomy of a Revolution
US Judicial System
History of Art & Architecture
Health and Safety
Skills for Adult Life
Emergency Medical Training
Group Support Sessions
Intro to Computer Programming
Music Theory & Composition
Independent Study Options
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Electives (4 credits including Life Skills)
Fine Art (1 credit)
Foreign Language (3 credits) (4 recommended)
Health & Safety (2 credits including Outdoor Education)
Language Arts (4 credits)
Mathematics (3 credits) (4 recommended)
Science (4 credits, including lab)
Social Science (4.5 credits including U.S. History & Civics)