The secondary program prepares students for colleges and universities in the United States or other countries. Classes are individualized, closely monitored, and supervised on campus. The rigorous academic program consists of mathematics, science (biology, physics, and chemistry), world cultural studies, history, economics, literature, writing, art, music, physical education, foreign language, and technology. Students are required to complete a year-long research project in the last year of their Secondary program.
Graduating students can choose a General Diploma, Academic Diploma, or Academic Diploma with Honors. Students may take AP (Advanced Placement) courses for the Academic Diploma with Honors.