Dunn’s curriculum prepares students for eligibility to selective universities and liberal arts colleges, as well as art schools, technical institutes and the military academies. Students develop subject competency and also explore interdisciplinary projects that cross multiple disciplines.
Dunn students learn with the future in mind. In classes, students practice and strengthen key skills essential for successful modern careers - creativity, critical thinking, communication, teamwork, problem solving, innovation, global perspectives, and creating and using ethical frameworks.
Students enroll in a minimum of five academic classes each semester. Dunn’s graduation requirements provide a framework for learning by design and allow students to pursue academic strengths that support their personal future goals.
- Math- 3 years to include Algebra 2 or Math 2 Honors
- English- 4 years
- Science- 3 years to include Chemistry and Biology
- History- 3 years to include World History and U.S. History
- Foreign Language - 2 years of one language to include the second level
- Fine/Performing Arts- 1 year to include completion of one year-long course