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Program of Study

ESA Student Learning Outcomes

ESA Graduates...

ESA students in class
  • combine their academic and experiential knowledge to promote ethical and sustainable practices.

  • apply appropriate literary, mathematical, or science and engineering skills and practices to solve problems.

  • build a tight-knit community which embraces diversity, tolerance, and collaboration.

  • demonstrate empathy for each other and the school community and participate in community activism.

  • combine their academic and technical skills towards solving important problems in the world.

ESA Course Sequence

10th 11th 12th

Environmental Science 1

Environmental Science 2

Advanced Environmental Studies and Action


Physics US Government & Economics

World History

US History English 4
English 2 English 3 Senior Seminar

*Courses listed above are academy courses, meaning students are required to take these courses with academy teachers. Students take an additional four courses (math, world language, dual enrollment college courses, or other electives) outside of the academy. All courses students take (both required courses and other unique electives) satisfy A-G college requirements.