Programs

HOME TO TWO WORLDWIDE CHAMPIONS! Students completing any or all of the components of our technology program will develop a greater fluency with technology related skills. Students exiting these programs will be ready to advance to the next level of formal education or will be able to directly enter the workforce. In fact, every student enrolled in our IT Academy courses has the potential to earn over 24 Information Technology certifications by the time they graduate high school (not to mention the opportunity use some of those certifications towards college credit).
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The Engineering curriculum is designed to encourage students to choose engineering and related disciplines in college. The program consists of a minimum of four courses that are taken along with college prep math and science courses. PLTW has relationships with more than 100 colleges and universities. Of these, 36 offer credit for completion of select PLTW courses. The foundation courses are: Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, and Digital Electronics.
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The Biomedical Sciences program provides students with an understanding of the role of the biomedical sciences field. A shortage of qualified science and health professionals prompted Project Lead The Way (PLTW) to develop a Biomedical Sciences program which consist of a sequence of four high school courses that are taken along with college preparatory math and science courses.

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In Fall 2014, we became an authorized International Baccalaureate School and as a result have enhanced an already powerful and rigorous academic culture. We believe that it is important that our students receive a challenging education that allows them to compete on a global scale. Hence we are an IB/STEM school which truly provides our students with both a rigorous academic opportunity (IBDP) combined with the most sought out fields of study (STEM). In that regard, in addition to the Diploma Program Dunbar High will have the only IB Career-related Program (IBCP) in Lee County.
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AVID is an academic, regularly scheduled elective class, during the school day, based on writing as a tool of learning, the inquiry method, and collaborative grouping. The three main components of the program are: academic instruction, tutorial support, motivational activities. The mission of AVID is to ensure that ALL students, and most especially the least served students who are in the middle will succeed in rigorous curriculum, increase the opportunity of enrollment in four-year colleges.
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