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The Upper School curriculum is designed to allow each student to reach a level of academic challenge that allows for growth and development as a whole student.  The curriculum for the Upper School offers a challenging series of core subjects well-suited for the college-bound student. 

College Preparatory benchmark outcomes are required for all students; however, students who extend beyond those expectations earn Honors, Advanced Placement, or Dual Credit distinction. Upper School students who wish to take Advanced Placement exams may choose to do so in any subject, or students who score highly on the Accuplacer exam and receive teacher recommendations may take a dual credit course, counting for both CCS graduation credit and college credit.