The curriculum offered at Shepard Preparatory High School reflects the college preparatory programs of high schools in New Jersey. The courses offered range from those required by state and individual districts for graduation, to selected advanced placement courses.
All courses are aligned with the N.J. Core Curriculum Content Standards, with sequences in English and Language Arts studies (American, British and World Literature); Social Studies (required World History and U.S. History, electives in American Government and Economics, Sociology and Psychology); Mathematics (General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus); Lab Sciences (Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry, and Physics), as well as Spanish, Visual Arts, Music, Drama, Computer Technology, Physical Education, Health and Driver's Education.
Shepard Schools have been certified by the College Board to offer Advanced Placement Courses in areas such as Literature and Composition, American History, and Physics
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Students can choose to take part in a program of After School Activities, offered Monday through Thursday at Shepard Preparatory High School (Monday-Thursday) in Morristown. Students can choose the number of days they would like to attend, with a homework club, academic tutoring and a variety of recreational activities offered under the program.
Shepard Preparatory High School sponsors a select group of students in their senior year to participate in the Shepard Challenger Program. Students are transported to the County College of Morris campus to take a college level class for credit during their regular school day. Students are introduced to the Disability Services and Testing Center on campus, so that they may learn to advocate for themselves as adult students.
Shepard Preparatory High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools. Accreditation is a prestigious achievement that requires thorough examination of a school’s effectiveness, climate, performance, and overall quality of education.
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