Students register for the program at their local school.
Next they take an assessment test to judge content and language proficiency.
Finally they are placed on the proper path and begin their three-year program.
Students earn 2 credits studying American History and Culture, American Literature and English Language.
Students earn 2 credits studying Economics, World History, American Government and English Language
Students study leadership and have the choice between an entrepreneurship course and an advanced placement course which may earn college credit.