Upper

High School

Objectives

Dream Academy's Upper Program is focused on preparing students for life after High School.  We provide options for students based on their individual goals and start them down their path to achieving their dreams!

We use an Accredited Curriculum as well as bi-annual NWEA MAP and PERT Testing to ensure the academic growth of each of our students and for the continued assurance of the quality of our programs.   We are also NCAA Approved for Athlete Eligibility.   

 

We are a Candidate for Accreditation with Cognia.

Graduation Paths

Standard Diploma

  • Algebra 1

  • Geometry

  • Biology

  • World History

  • US History 1

  • Civics and Government

  • Life Skills

  • English (4 Credits)

  • Science (2 Credits)

  • Math (2 Credits)

  • Electives (3 Credits)

  • Fine and Performing Arts, Speech & Debate, or Practical Arts (1 Credit )

HS Diploma/AA Degree

High School Prerequisites:

  • Introduction to College Writing

  • Choice of 1:

    • Greek and Roman Mythology

    • Poetry

    • Short Stories

    • World and Cultural Mythology

    • African American Literature

  • Algebra 1

  • Geometry

  • Biology

  • World History

  • US History 1

PERT Testing (Minimum Score)

  • Reading Subtest (106)

  • Writing Subtest (103)

  • Math Subtest (114)

College Courses

  • Florida Standard AA Program

Career-Focused Diploma

  • Algebra 1

  • Geometry 

  • Consumer Mathematics

  • Business Applications 

  • Marketing 

  • English Grammar 

  • Communications 

  • Technical Writing 

  • World History  

  • US History

  • Civics and Government

  • Literature (1 Credit)

  • Science (3 Credits)  

  • Fine and Performing Arts, Speech & Debate, or Practical Arts (0.5 Credit )  

  • Career Choice (5 Credits)  

Military-Focused Diploma

  • Algebra 1

  • Algebra 2

  • Geometry

  • Business Applications

  • Nutrition and Personal Fitness

  • Debate

  • English Grammar

  • Communications

  • Technical Writing

  • ​World History

  • World Geography

  • World Cultures

  • US History 1

  • US History 2

  • Civics and Government1

  • Literature (1 Credit)

  • Science (3 Credits)

  • Fine and Performing Arts, Speech & Debate, or Practical Arts (0.5 Credit )

  • Electives (1.5 Credits)