“Johnson College Prep helps shape scholars' lives and has helped me grow as a person.”
— Kela, Class of 2014
At Johnson College Prep, we:
- Expect ALL scholars to work hard in order to maximize their full potential and comply with the Student Code of Conduct.
- Provide a range of high-quality, college-preparatory tools and supports for scholars and their families.
Our goal is to prepare our scholars to graduate from the college of their choice. This is done through the implementation of Noble’s proven academic and behavioral model and hard work. Scholars at Johnson College Prep will participate in a rigorous, four-year college preparatory curriculum which prepares them for college success and also seeks to build character and community awareness. All scholars take the equivalent of six years of English and Math, four years of natural sciences, and four years of social sciences. They will also receive intensive instruction in a foreign language, physical education, and a host of elective choices throughout their high school career.
Noble Network Promotion and Graduation Requirements
There are academic, enrichment, physical fitness and discipline requirements students must meet to be promoted to the next grade level or to graduate.
Academics: To be promoted to the next grade level or to graduate, students must earn the credits from every class in which they are enrolled during the regular school year.
**Course Failures: Any student who fails a class will be expected to enroll in make-up classes to earn back the credits and stay on track for promotion. Any student failing classes at the end of semester one will be expected to take them in night school during semester two. If they fail classes during the second semester, they will be expected to make the class(s) up in a summer school program approved by the Administration.
Enrichment: Noble works to develop well-rounded students through participation in enrichment, community service and college exploration.
- Students must earn a specified number of enrichment credits taken outside the regular school day to be eligible for promotion and graduation.
- Students must pass the community service requirement as outlined in the community service syllabus. The requirement is to complete x hours per year, for a total of x hours to graduate.
- Students must earn a minimum of x College Exploration hours per year to be promoted to the next grade level, totaling x hours to complete graduation requirements.
Discipline: Any student who accumulates more than the maximum allowable number of detentions, or more than 20 days of suspension in any one year will not be promoted to the next grade or graduate. If a student exceeds the maximum number of allowable detentions for a year, that student will be required to take summer behavior class in order to be promoted/graduate. The maximum number of allowable detentions in a school year for all grades is 12.
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