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Academic Programs (overview)

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  • Alternative Education  academic program options outside of HHS such as Adult School, Brenkwitz Continuation School, Home Studies, Independent Studies
  • AP: Advanced Placement + Honors, Accelerated Courses
  • AVID  a rigorous, college-readiness program that supports determined students in becoming AP, college-ready
  • Biomedical Science Pathway    
    a four-year sequence of Science courses for students interested in biomedical careers   
  • Career Pathways Map  view Career Education (a.k.a. Career Technical Education, CTE) pathways available to HHS students
  • College Bound Brotherhood  program that connects African-American male students with college-readiness programs and school district resources   
  • College Bound Hayward    college-readiness program coordinated by HUSD
  • College Prep Program Options @ HHS    Comparison of AVID, Biomedical Sciences (BMS), Engineering and Puente programs at HHS
  • Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP)  college-preparatory advising and academic enrichment opportunities for underrepresented students
  • Eden Area Regional Occupation Program (ROP)  vocational, career technical education courses 
  • Engineering    a four-year sequence of Engineering courses for students interested in Engineering careers 
  • English Language Learners (ELL)  Support classes and services for students who speak another language and are working towards English proficiency
  • Educational Talent Search (ETS)  college-preparatory advising designed to motivate and support low-income, first-generation students to graduate from high school and continue on to a post-secondary school
  • Farmers to Pioneers  college pipeline program for HHS students to enter CSUEB
  • Hayward Promise Neighborhood free resources and programs funded by a five-year federally funded grant awarded to the Jackson Triangle community of Hayward, includes Drop Out Prevention Services 
  • Puente  rigorous college readiness program that focuses on Latino literature and culture
  • Summer Programs (non-HUSD)  list of various summer programs locally and nationally that are compiled by the HHS College & Career Center
  • Summer Search    program that offers summer experiential learning programs (domestic and international) and mentoring, counseling supports
  • Tutoring  school-based and non-school based tutoring and academic resources
  • Ubuntu   an academic, socio personal, and postsecondary program using the “village method” to cultivate the minds of African American learners
  • Youth Enrichment Program (YEP)   after-school programs that include Cyber High credit recovery, Drivers Education, nutrition, Bridge to College Chabot classes @ HHS and more