Program of Studies

Program of Studies
 
The Program of Studies will help students and parents plan middle school and high school courses. This is not a process that should be taken lightly or done in a rushed fashion. The courses you take in middle school and high school will provide you with the skills and understandings necessary to become a well-educated person, and they will provide the foundation for life beyond high school. In addition to planning a schedule for next year, you should draft a plan for all four years of high school. This draft will help you to see how the courses you take each year will prepare you to graduate from high school, college and career ready.
 
The middle school Program of Studies includes both Creekside and Crossroads. The high school Program of Studies includes the Fairfield Freshman School, Fairfield Academy and Senior High School.
 
**ATTENTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO ARE CONSIDERING APPLYING FOR VLO FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR**

The district anticipates the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will continue to provide flexibility in courses qualified as an NCAA eligible course. Fairfield City Schools will be seeking approval from the NCAA for our Virtual Learning Option, however, the NCAA requires all high school courses to be approved by their governing board. Courses completed through computerized instruction may not be approved by the NCAA. If you are, in any way, looking at playing a sport at the collegiate level, this is to advise you the courses you take in the 2021-2022 school year through the Fairfield Virtual Learning Program may not be eligible to count towards NCAA qualification.
 
Reach out to your School Counselor with questions regarding NCAA eligibility/qualification.