WHO WE ARE
Premier High School is designed for credit recovery and early graduation for students who thrive in smaller, independent learning environments who may feel underserved at traditional public high schools.
We are a mastery-based, blended-learning, college-preparatory program with an emphasis on technology and one-on-one teacher/student interactions.
Each student has their own reason for choosing Premier High School. We offer the opportunity for you to:
- Graduate early
- Recover credits
- Learn in a smaller environment
- Discover Career Technical Education (CTE) courses
- Attend school around your work schedule
- Balance family and your education
- Prepare for higher education
- Earn college credits while in high school
STUDENTS WE SERVE
Premier High School serves 9-12 grade students and also those who are beyond high school age but want to return to make up credits. Students who excel at Premier High School are usually good readers who enjoy working independently. Ideally, they would be someone who is self-motivated, interested in credit recovery, early graduation, flexible schedules, and/or vocational training.
Students who experience social anxiety caused by other stress-related conditions associated with being at a large traditional school tend to thrive at Premier High School. Those who are focused on academics and not involved extracurricular activities can usually graduate ahead of schedule.
Students who work full time or who have young children are able to work around busy schedules to complete their high school education.
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE
Progression toward graduation is mastery-based, not the traditional four-year high school plan. Premier High Schools offer a flexible, (four-hour) schedule as part of our self-directed program, giving students a better opportunity to work and/or support a family.
We provide individual attention and an academic program designed for students who thrive at a smaller school in a relaxed setting. The independent-learning environment emphasizes the use of technology and accessibility to one-on-one teacher interaction.