Choice Program: A Choice Program is a program with a specific theme required courses within a school that is not offered in the student's assigned school. Appliciations must be made in order to be accepted into the program.
Magnet School: A Magnet School is a school with a particular academic focus such as science, technology, or the arts. A Magnet School with an attendance zone is a school that has a zone for which students are assigned to the school and do not need to make application. A Magnet School without an attendance zone is a school that does not have any assigned zone from which students are assigned and the enitre population must make application.
School Within A School: A School Within A School is a magnet school housed within another school. The School Within A School is considered a seperate school for graduation rankings only.
Charter Schools: A Charter School is a non-regulated public school administered by an independent agency which operates under the auspices of the School Board. Charter Schools have great latitude in the development of educational programs and may offer specialized programs designed to serve a specific population of students. Charter programs may serve students in grades K-12.