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AOAT – Academy of Art and Technology is a distinguished Lighthouse California Partnership Academy focusing on visual design for print and web that challenges and nurtures student as members of our educational family. AOAT provides students with a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum of college and career preparation, including college and career field trips, a summer internship, and senior portfolio of professional level work.
 
GAIMS – Global Academy of Interdisciplinary and Media Studies. By participating in GAIMS, students will explore global issues through the lens of social media, art, history, literature and film. Reflecting on both their place in the local community and the world, students will become leaders for a new generation. Incorporating hands-on projects, field trips, internships and mentors from the communications industry. GAIMS will prepare students to be college and career ready.
 
SAS - The School for Advanced Studies provides state identified highly gifted, gifted, and high achieving students with a rigorous program to help students achieve their maximum potential. The School for Advanced Studies curriculum meets the high school graduation requirements and prepares students academically to meet the "a-g" University of California and California State University entrance requirements. Students develop the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the finest colleges and universities in the country. Humanities Magnet - A Humanities education focuses on humankind: our development, our culture, our diversity, and our commonality. With an exposure to a wide range of study, students develop an overall appreciation for learning, along with the skills necessary for life after graduation. A Humanities education provides a strong foundation for any field one pursues in college.

STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics: Cleveland’s STEM Academy provides students the opportunity to become investigators, inventors, and innovators in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through multiple pathways and focused course selections. Students engage in real-world, problem-solving, project-based learning as they develop the 21st century skills necessary to become part of a highly competitive global workforce. STEM exemplifies the axiom that “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.”