Each year 112 students are admitted into the TREK Program.
During the TREK year, students will be involved in eight integrated “blocks”. Each “block” is a period of approximately three to five weeks in length. Different student groupings occur for each “block” which allows students to work with all of their peers throughout the year. The “blocks” include a combination of field studies, overnight trips, inquiry projects and classroom-based academics. Fridays are a flex schedule in which the large TREK community comes together for various activities including community service and small group inquiry projects.
At the end of the year all successful TREK students will receive credit for the following courses:
- English Language Arts 10
- Social Studies 10
- Career and Life Education10
- Physical and Health Education 10
- Outdoor Education 10
- Science 10
- Foundations & Pre-Calculus (Math) 10
- Blended Language Support (allows for flexibility in language requirements) or FRAL 10
There are course credit options integrated into the TREK program for students who have already completed a course.