Whole School Magnet


    Stranahan High School Magnet students attain the highest levels of academic preparation and achievement. We provide students with a more rigorous curricula; inclusive of Honors, Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment courses in a carefully curated learning environment designed to maximize student opportunities for cognitive growth and skill development.

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    World Class Education & Faculty- We are committed to providing students a world class education. We believe all students deserve access to real-world, applied learning experiences that engages and empowers them with skills needed to thrive in collegiate, and professional environments. That’s why Stranahan High School is a proud participant of Project Lead the Way, NAF.org, NFTE and Junior Achievement curricula.

    College, Career and Life Readiness- The staff at Stranahan High School is committed to creating a personalized learning environment that transforms the traditional school setting into a hub for student engagement and student achievement. Utilizing a project-based learning approach to integrating college, career and life ready competencies into academic content areas, teachers engage and empower students with technical knowledge and skills to earn industry certifications and expertise needed for 21st century competitiveness. 

    Partners in Excellence- Working in conjunction with local business and community partners, our students gain critical career knowledge through work-based learning activities both inside and outside of the classroom. These include job shadowing events, mock interviews, résumé writing workshops, and culminating experiences- including paid internships.*We are excited to offer you an opportunity to learn, collaborate and grow academically with some of the best and brightest in Broward County.




    Business & Management Communication, Art & Design Education
    Engineering/STEM Medical Sciences Social & Behavioral Sciences

    Electives correlate to identified pathways. Pursuing electives outside of your pathway depends on availability and instructor discretion (please see instructor for prerequisite details). Students must be a member of their magnet program's career and technical student organization (CTSO) and will be encouraged to participate in CTSO events.

    Magnet Distinction Requirements

    Students earning magnet distinction will have completed 3 pathway courses, earned one or more industry certifications, acquired at least 100 service hours (60 of which related to their program of study known as magnet service hours), completed their summer internship* (summer of junior year), completed and successfully presented senior year project, and maintained academic performance and course requirements consistent with magnet standards for their program of study.

    Students must meet all required program components for magnet distinction. If you have additional questions please contact our magnet office.