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High School

Much like our students in K-8, students in grades 9-12 are provided with a standards-aligned digital curriculum and receive support and instruction from credentialed teachers. A marked difference however, is that students in grades 9-12 may “drop in” to the classroom Monday through Thursday to work, receive tutoring, or even to engage in social interaction with their peers, but all 9-12 students must come into the classroom for proctored testing. In addition to our rigorous core and elective curriculum, FAIV 9-12 also offers many Advanced Placement, Honors, and career elective courses. Students can choose to enroll exclusively in our online home-based independent study program, or they may choose concurrent enrollment, which allows them a hybrid of online learning and in-person courses at Holtville High School. Students often choose this path to take CTE courses, or courses in agriculture, music, Spanish, or art. Alternatively, students from Holtville High School are able to expand their learning opportunities by enrolling in FAIV online courses that are not offered in-person at HHS. All FAIV students may participate in CIF sports, music, FFA, clubs, and other extracurricular activities at HHS.