All students at Sheridan Technical High School assume a schedule that prepares them for college and work. During their freshman and sophomore years, students take the same set of selected college-, career-, and scholarship- preparatory courses. At the end of their sophomore year, each student then selects a career focus and is scheduled for four credits in the aligned courses during their junior and senior year.
Additionally, students at Sheridan Technical High School are required to take each academic core subject (English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies) all four years, and the appropriate Spanish levels during their freshman and sophomore year. Due to this highly focused education, Sheridan Technical High School is unable to offer as flexible set of courses and electives as most high schools.
Finally, seniors are required to demonstrate mastery in their technical area through participation in the Senior Exhibition Project.
Algebra II Honors
AP Calculus AB
Math for College Readiness