• Co-Curricular Programs in the Office of College and Career Readiness, offer a broad range of learning and competition experiences outside the traditional classroom for K-12 students. These programs and clubs are intended to complement, broaden, enhance, and provide practical application of the knowledge students receive in regular classes. Co-Curricular clubs provide opportunities for students to participate, engage in and explore activities that they enjoy, piquing curiosity and learning.  These rigorous program opportunities allow students to see themselves reflected in the content of these clubs and programs.

    Co-Curricular activities instill skills in students to think critically, solve problems, manage time, and work together collaboratively to grow as individuals.



  • Leigh Catterton
    Advanced Co-Curricular Teacher Specialist

    Corrine Perrella, Ed.D

    Manager Virtual Learning, Home Instruction, and Co-Curricular Programs



    Shari Stephan
    Administrative Assistant for Advanced Studies and Programs