SCPS SECONDARY SPECIALITY PROGRAMS OVERVIEW

  • SECONDARY SPECIALTY  PROGRAMS

    AT STAFFORD COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    Secondary Speciality Programs are application-based and specialty-type program opportunities available to high school students in Stafford County Public Schools. The programs vary in nature and scope as they relate to the academic and career quests of the student. Each high school in the county provides opportunities for their students to select challenging and interesting programs at their respective schools to meet their unique and individually diverse learning needs, styles, and preferences.
     
    These programs include the following: Advanced Placement Programs, AP Capstone, Commonwealth Governor's School (CGS), Career and Technical Education (CTE) (application based only), International Baccalaureate (IB), Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) and Stafford Academy for Technology (STAT).

     

    AP Capstone Colonial Forge High School, North Stafford High School,
    and Stafford High School 
    CGS Colonial Forge High School, North Stafford High School,
    and Stafford High School
    (*Transportation Provided)
    CTE Brooke Point High School, Colonial Forge High School, Mountain View High School, North Stafford High School, Stafford High School
    (*Transportation May Be Provided)
    IB Brooke Point High School & Mountain View High School

    JROTC

    Brooke Point High School, Colonial Forge High School,
    North Stafford High School, and Stafford High School
    STAT Brooke Point High School & North Stafford High School
    (*Transportation Provided)

     



  • SCPS is committed to providing academic opportunities that are consistent with the research findings on how students learn. When a student applies for SCPS Speciality Programs, we hope their goal is to commit to a program that strives to do the following: engage students in inquiry; provide opportunities for students to experiment and analyze information critically; encourage students to make conjectures and debate their validity; and enable students to solve problems both individually and collaboratively. We are dedicated to preparing and producing All Century Learners today for all of our tomorrows.


Gifted Secondary Programs Contact Info

  • CONTACT INFORMATION:

    Stephenie Fellinger, Ed.D.

    Teaching & Learning Facilitator for K-12 Gifted Education and Secondary Programs 

    fellingersl@staffordschools.net

    Phone: 540.658.6689