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The Classical Academy

The Classical Academy is a rigorous honors program within Haverhill High School that engages students in a challenging curriculum intended to broaden and deepen their knowledge of the audio, visual, language arts, and the sciences. Students can choose their content concentration within the program. To apply, you must take an entrance exam, submit an application, and sit for an interview, much like the college application process. This program is intended for students who wish to prepare for rigorous academic institutions after graduation.

The Classical Academy emphasizes:

  • A diverse community of learners with close, supportive connections among teachers, students, and staff
  • Inquiry based instructions which promotes careful analysis, creativity, independent thought and problem-solving, and informed decisions-making
  • Aesthetic appreciation
  • Regular and continuous intellectual growth
  • Cultural linguistic sensitivity
  • Independent learning and research
For the Classical Academy Admission Packet, Click Here

Classical Academy Graduation Requirements

  1. Four years of English, 1 AP (Literature or Language)
  2. Three years of Mathematics
  3. Three years of Latin
  4. Three Years of Science
  5. Three years of History, including AP Euro and AP US
  6. Enrollment in and completion of “A Classical Perspective” and “Capstone Seminar”
  7. Four total AP Classes
  8. Physical Education/Health

Classical Academy Academic Advisors

Joanne Baker

Teacher - ELA

Zachary Eldridge

Dean: Foreign Language


Connor Hayden

Teacher - Foreign Language

Anna Sabella

Teacher - ELA

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