Northeast High School Magnet Programs
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The Alternative Energy program allows students to explore the current and emerging alternative energy industry. This program is designed to develop competencies in the areas of energy history and the global impact of renewable and non-renewable resources; engineering; career opportunities; scientific and research concepts; biological and physical science principles; environmental principals; and solar energy safety. Engineering-based activities are an integral part of this program, as are several certifications.
Industrial Biotechnology is a program offering students science credit through an applied science education, to prepare them for entry level positions in the cutting edge industry of Biotechnology. The coursework will focus on developing science and bio-technical skills that are current and in demand for this rapidly growing occupation. This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in molecular biology. Content involves learning biochemistry and the lab protocols used in DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), RNA (ribonucleic acid), and proteins.
The Latin School
The Latin School. The basis for the Latin School comes from the oldest institution to bear this designation, Boston Latin School founded in 1635. This institution is a public school which bases its curriculum on the classical formation of its students seeking university entrance and the professions that would serve the good of society: law, medicine, the arts, and sciences. Northeast's Latin School offers an enriched classical education that promotes strong academic achievement and intellectual curiosity. Students have the opportunity to study Latin, and within Latin classes, ancient Greek. This program is designed for students who have a desire to go beyond the boundaries of high school studies and embrace the world of arts, literature, history, science, math and technology according to their individual strengths and interests. Students are encouraged to participate in the wide variety of college-level Advanced Placement, AICE Cambridge, and Dual-Enrollment courses to facilitate their transition to university studies.
President Obama rides bike
President Obama rides the bike that powers the water filtration device, designed by the Northeast High School's first Lemelson-M.I.T. InvenTeam.
Driven to Give Event
Students and supporters of Northeast High School test drive Lincolns from Pompano Beach Lincoln Mercury. A donation was given for each test drive. Special thanks to School Board Chair, Heather Brinkworth for showing her support.
2018 Lemelson MIT team
Northeast High School was awarded a second Lemelson MIT grant. The group created an aparatus to prevent the spread of mosquito larva with the use of water ripples.
Latin students in togas
When in Rome, do as the Romans. Latin students conduct presentations in class while wearing togas.
Samsung Solve for Tomorrow
The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow team visits Y100 to gain support for their invention.
Biotech students take a lab break
Our Magnet Open House will be held on Wednesday, January 18th, 2023. You can view videos shared during our virtual open house.
We're so excited you're HERE because you're interested in becoming a Northeast Hurricane! We have a culture of CLASSICS, INVENTION, RIGOR, and KINDNESS!
The requirements for admission into Northeast's Magnet Programs are FSA scores of level 3 for both Reading and Math, but this year, the district has changed requirements. Here are the new eligibility requirements:Level 3 or higher on FSA (4th, 5th or 7th grade) and current 2.5 GPA (Eligible); or Level 2 on FSA (4th, 5th or 7th grade) and current 3.0 GPA (Eligible)
The GPA requirement for the Latin School is a 3.0 at the time of application, while the requirement for Biotechnology and Alternative Energy is a 2.5.
Transportation is provided for out-of-boundary students admitted to the Magnet Programs if the family resides North of Sunrise Boulevard. Transportation for in-boundary students is provided if families reside greater than 2 miles from school. Magnet activity buses are also available to out-of-boundary magnet students at 5:00 P.M.
Call with questions. Please call 754-322-1554 or 754-322-1618. #GOCANES!