A traditional college preparatory program of study is offered at Eagle Hill School. At the same time, EHS recognizes the importance of an individualized program of study and utilizes flexible course scheduling based upon a nine-term academic calendar. Working with their academic advisors, department chairs, and parents, students develop their course of study each year. A standard program of study includes six classes meeting five days per week. One academic credit is awarded for each term completed in each course. Following a traditional four-year program of study, students enroll in 216 credits (i.e., 6 classes x 9 terms x 4 years).
Successful completion of 200 credits is required for graduation.
Minimum distribution area requirements outlined in the table above are general guidelines for competitive college admission.