Program of Studies
A Challenging Rigorous Program for Students
Committed faculty, student-centered immersive learning with an emphasis on critical thinking, small class sizes and a rigorous academic track to meet the needs of varied learners provide a nurturing environment for students to reach their full potential. As a college-preparatory school, Saint Demetrios Prep students are well prepared for the next level and beyond with our student's accepted into the nation's top universities. Our schedule includes seven courses a day offering students a depth to their curriculum that combines academic courses with a variety of elective courses for students to choose from.Advanced Placement (AP) The Advanced Placement level is structured for junior and senior students who have demonstrated an ability and maturity to take college-level courses in high school. Learn More>>
Saint Demetrios Prep takes Academic Integrity very seriously.
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Saint Demetrios Prep's academic program strives to ensure that the academic needs of all students are met so that they may reach their desired potential.
Saint Demetrios Prep collaborates with the Saint John’s University College Advantage Program. High School students obtain college credit for various courses. This program provides qualified students a concurrent enrollment in their high school and college credit-bearing courses for the University. This program is offered to qualified juniors and seniors during the academic year.
High Jump- Through the High Jump program, selected high school seniors can take various college courses in their senior year. Eligibility is selective and determined by the high school academic record, maturity, and SAT or ACT Test scores. Applications and information are available in the SDP College Admissions Office. Deadlines are June 15 for Fall and December 1 for Spring admission.
The Fashion Institute of Technology's Precollege Programs provide high school students with learning opportunities. In conjunction with FIT's School of Liberal Arts, select credit courses are offered to high school seniors. Each course bears liberal arts credits that can be transferred to most colleges and universities. These courses are designed to broaden the student's understanding of the humanities, strengthen critical thinking and communication skills, develop a knowledge of the natural and social sciences, and prepare students to function effectively in a culturally diverse world.
ELIGIBILITY: Credit courses are open to current high school seniors
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Submit the following credentials with your registration form:
- A recommendation letter form an academic teacher stating the student's academic strengths
- A recommendation letter form the high school counselor or principal
- A copy of their SAT Verbal/English scores (must be a composite score of 540 or higher)
- A copy of their transcript showing a minimum 3.3 GPA