All Journeys School students in grades 11 and 12 engage in the Capstone Program. Integrated with the International Baccalaureate Program, it is a vigorous student-centered and structured 2-year program
The Journeys School provides various extra-curricular options for high school students, including physical education, robotics, a cappella singing, outdoor club, yearbook, open art studio, Latin, cooking, academic support and improvisational acting.
Credit is earned when a course average of content, process and product scores is 2.0 or above. The graduation requirements listed are minimum requirements. Students interested in attending highly selective colleges will be expected and encouraged to complete more academic coursework.
The life skills curriculum at the high school occurs in grades 9-11 with class being held once a week. The curriculum is varied and teaches students practical skills for living in and contributing to the modern world.