The Minerva Baccalaureate accelerates student learning, while helping high schools become more efficient, resilient, and sustainable. The four-year curriculum incorporates online learning modalities based on the science of learning, so students gain both broadly applicable knowledge and individualized learning across language arts, science, social studies, math and computer science, and personal skills development.
The first three years entail advanced high school learning, with the fourth year entirely devoted to college-level coursework that includes a final capstone project. Graduates of the program receive a fully accredited high school diploma, as well as the Minerva Baccalaureate diploma, which includes 32 units of college credit.
This global leader in K-12 education and college preparatory services announces its multi-year strategic partnership to offer the Minerva Baccalaureate in its Open School programs.
Located in the Dominican Republic, ASSD is utilizing the Minerva Baccalaureate as the basis for its entire curriculum.
An innovative Korean institution, BDS leads the adoption of the Minerva Baccalaureate on the Asian continent.
Laurel Springs, the top online high school in the U.S., was the first to offer the Minerva Baccalaureate program for its highest-achieving students.
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