High School


Success Work College Preparatory Academy’s Unique High School program provides students with a pathway to their individual success. In addition to their core coursework, students will have the opportunity to choose their path to graduation with a focus on the areas of Bio-Medical, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, or Sports Medicine. We invite you to learn more about these individual pathways below.

Bio-Medical Pathway

This program is designed for students who excel in mathematics and natural sciences and are interested in the fields of biology or medicine. Students must possess well-developed academic skills, have the desire to engage in challenging coursework, and aspire to pursue higher education leading to a career in medicine or other related fields. In addition to rigorous classroom instruction in advanced math, health sciences, physical sciences, and chemical and biological sciences, students will gain considerable clinical knowledge through working with professionals in a hospital setting. In addition, students will conduct independent research, participate in medical simulations, and attend lectures provided by physicians, research scientists, and other medical personnel.


9th Grade: Introduction to Health and Science Technology Medical Ethics

10th Grade: Cell & Molecular Biology

11th Grade: Anatomy & Physiology

12th Grade: Biochemical Genetics & Field Work

Engineering Pathway

The Engineering Pathway challenges students to create, design, build, discover, collaborate, and solve problems. The curriculum requires students to engage in various activities, projects, and problem-based learning through hands-on classroom experiences. Success Work Academy’s Engineering Pathway will adopt the nationally recognized Project Lead the Way (PLTW) program, which provides a rigorous and innovative Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) high school curriculum. Throughout the courses, students learn and apply the design process, develop strong collaboration and communication skills, and cultivate critical thinking and problem-solving skills. As a result, students completing the PLTW curriculum are well prepared to complete post-secondary education and pursue a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.


9th Grade: Introduction to Engineering Design

10th Grade: Principles of Engineering

11th Grade: Applied Engineering

12th Grade: Engineering Capstone

Entrepreneurship Pathway

This Ivy League-inspired pathway is designed in collaboration with top universities or students interested in creating and leading business ventures. Social entrepreneurs are people or organizations that use economic and technological innovation to achieve social goals. They use entrepreneurial skills to create organizations that pursue a more just and humane society instead of seeking profit. Students will be introduced to social entrepreneurship through case studies, critical readings, and primary information resources. Students will become familiar with organizations and social entrepreneurs through service-learning projects and site visits. They will begin to develop skills demonstrated by successful social entrepreneurs, including team building and leadership, negotiation, and working in complex social and cultural courses.


9th Grade: Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship

10th Grade: Economic Policy

11th Grade: Organizational Leadership & Management

12th Grade: Advanced Social Entrepreneurship/Field Work environments

Sports Medicine Pathway

The sports medicine pathway specializes in the knowledge, skills, practices, and theories encompassed in the health and safety of athletic individuals. Students will understand the various careers of healthcare professionals, including team physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, biomedical engineers, nutritionists, and psychologists. This pathway is designed for students interested in athletic training, physical therapy, medicine, fitness, exercise physiology, kinesiology, nutrition, and other sports medicine-related fields. Coursework will include anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, hygiene, nutrition, taping, bracing, emergency procedure, conditioning, injury prevention, injury evaluation, and rehabilitation.