Welcome to our high school program at Creative Pathways Preparatory Academy. Students in grades 9-12 will learn in a blended learning environment. There will be live teachers, online classes, individualized curriculum, hands on labs, group projects, interest based learning, teacher over site, and one on one tutoring. This is all done in a rotation off classes type method. There will be designated time for live classes, individual courses, and group projects and labs.
Parents are encouraged to help plan the learning path for your child. We have hundreds of courses to choose from. Ranging from honors, AP, Dual enrollment at Daytona state and many more. Please see our course guide.
We believe in interest based career learning. When a students work is complete for the day or week they are allowed to work on classes or course work that they have an interest in. For example if a student is interested in a career in computer engineering CPPA will find extra courses and resources to help develop this interest.
High school students have an opportunity to participate in our Honor Academy. This is a rigorous curriculum path and students must maintain a min 3.5 gpa as well as meet the academy's requirements. Interested students please contact admissions.
CPPA also rewards students on Fridays if they have completed all there work for the week by allowing them to work on career based learning and have some outdoor social time. Students must maintain good grades to participate and have no disciplinary actions against them.
High School Graduation Credit Requirements .Creative Pathways Preparatory Academy's Graduation Requirements are set by the State of Florida. Florida’s state graduation requirements are based on the year a student enters 9th grade. The specific requirements for each entering 9th grade class can be found at Official Florida Department of Education Graduation Charts.
Students must meet the specific State of Florida requirements to graduate from CPPA.
To graduate With Honors students must meet or exceed the requirements of the Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) Award listed at Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program
The general requirements for a 24 credit diploma include:
- English- 4 credits (Must include a combination of Grammar, Vocabulary, Composition, and Literature)
- Mathematics- 4 credits (Must include 1 credit Algebra I and 1 credit Geometry)
- FL Students ONLY : Pre-Algebra does not count as a math credit for Florida Bright Futures
- Science- 3 credits (Must include 1 credit Biology. 2 of the 3 credits must include
labs. Many labs can be done online as a virtual lab. )
- Social Studies- 1 credit in American History,1 credit in World History, ½ credit in American Government, ½ credit in Economics
- H.O.P.E- 1 credit (½ credit Physical Education/Personal Fitness and ½ credit Health)
- Fine Arts/Practical Arts- 1 credit total in any combination of Fine Arts (Music, Dance, Drama, Painting, Drawing, etc) and/or Practical Arts (Computer, Speech, Debate, Industrial Arts, etc)
- Electives- 8 Credits (2 of which should be in a single Foreign Language for students planning to go to college and Florida Bright Futures)
Students may be elected to be part of The National Society of High School Scholars .www.nshss.org/
To qualify you must have one of the following:
NSHSS recognizes young scholars who have demonstrated excellence through their academic achievements based on objective criteria, including grades and test scores. Students must meet any one of the following criteria to be considered for membership.
3.5 Cumulative GPA (4.0 Scale) or higher (or equivalent such as 88 on a 100-point scale)1280 SAT score or higher (new exam 2016)*1150 PSAT score or higher (new exam 2016)*26 ACT score or higherScore 4 or higher on any AP examScore 5 or higher on any IB examIGCSE Grade A or higherTop 10% rank in class*Scores from the old exam (SAT score 1750 or higher; PSAT score 200 or higher) will be accepted.