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American Youth Academy

Secondary

Curricula

AYA is committed to providing the most challenging possible curricula to reach their full potential. The curricula must fulfill, at minimum, the standards set in the Florida Sunshine State Standards for each grade level. Students are instructed in the following academic subjects: Language Arts/English, Math, Science, Social Studies, Arabic, Qur’an, Islamic Studies, Art, Physical Education, and computer courses at various skill levels. In addition, all middle school students attend a writing workshop.

Parents should expect to receive a Quarterly Syllabus for each subject by the end of the second week of each quarter. These syllabi will include but are not limited to including, the topics to be covered per week, scheduled tests and/or projects, teacher expectations, and the grade distribution for the class.

Textbooks/programs used in Language Arts/English, Math, Science, and Social Studies are approved by the Florida Department of Education.  All other subject programs are approved by specialized committees.

Students are provided with a variety of opportunities to develop their personal and social skills, as well as to develop their Islamic values and character. Numerous extracurricular clubs, activities, and student-led assemblies are offered throughout the year for an enriched learning experience.

High school students are afforded different tracks to suit their various abilities, interests, and goals: IB Diploma, University Track, and AP classes. For more details, please contact the High School Division Lead and Academic Counselor.

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