Entrepreneurship Academy

About this Major

The Entrepreneurship Academy is designed to prepare high school students for success in college and to help them realize their creative potential. Students take rigorous math and science courses (honors and AP level only) along with an Entrepreneurship curriculum centered around growing an idea into a workable business concept.

High school students may attend for up to three (3) school years. College credit for Advanced Placement courses is available upon passing the appropriate AP College Board Exam(s). Universities vary in their recognition of AP credits, therefore, the number of available credit hours will depend upon the policies of the specific university a graduate plans to attend.

Eligible Licensures/Certifications

AP college credit is available for students who pass Calculus, Chemistry or Physics AP tests. Universities vary in recognition of AP credits, so available credit is dependent on the policies of the institution.

At A Glance

Open To

High school sophomores (3-year program) and juniors (2-year program)



Total Hours Required



Up to three (3) school years


Daytime classes, part-time only: Monday — Friday

  • 8:25 a.m. to 11:20 a.m.
  • 12:10 p.m. to 3:05 p.m.
  • Students enroll in either AM or PM session


A total of 18 courses are taught in the Entrepreneurship Academy; however, a 3-year student will be able to complete only 12 of those courses. Therefore, the total number of courses listed exceeds the number of courses a student can take. The exact sequence of math and science courses will be determined by previously taken math and science courses.

  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship 120 hours
  • Ideation and Innovation 120 hours
  • Honors Geometry 120 hours
  • Honors Algebra II 120 hours
  • Honors Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus 120 hours
  • Honors Physics 120 hours
  • Honors Chemistry 120 hours
  • Running a 21st Century Business 120 hours
  • Building Customer Relationships 120 hours
  • AP Calculus AB 120 hours
  • AP Calculus BC 120 hours
  • AP Statistics 120 hours
  • AP Physics I 120 hours
  • AP Physics II 120 hours
  • Finance and Accounting 60 hours
  • Growth and Traction 60 hours
  • Capstone - Part I 120 hours
  • Capstone - Part II 120 hours

Tuition & Costs

Costs for High School Students

Licensure / Certifications

  • AP college credit is available

Tuition & Fees

  • N/A

Textbooks, Supplies, and Certifications (Estimated)

  • TBD

Total Estimated Costs for High School Students


Employment & Outcomes

Salary Range



Pass Rate



Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program are qualified to work for:

Graduates from the Entrepreneurship Academy should be planning to pursue a university level track to obtain a degree.

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