LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Passaic Valley Regional High School has announced its new course offerings and expanded partnerships for the 2020-2021 school year.
The Program of Studies was debuted at Passaic Valley during an evening event to welcome the incoming class of 2024. Upper classmen will receive the information during their grade level appointments with guidance counselors. The Program of Studies demonstrates Passaic Valley’s personalized program of teaching and learning that prepares its students for post-secondary studies and career success.
Passaic Valley Regional High School continues to advance its course offerings and programs to prepare students for career opportunities in the future. Passaic Valley has also expanded its dual enrollment partnerships to include an articulation agreement with Bergen Community College. The strategic partnership further enhances PV’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) Broadcasting Program of Study. Passaic Valley students now have an opportunity to earn college credit within the CTE program’s three-course sequence.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. JoAnn Cardillo stated, “The more we provide parents and students with options in high school, the better we are able to support them as they plan for academic and career success after graduation.” Specifically, new course and multi-disciplined opportunities include the following categories:
New Course Offerings – Science electives will now include a semester course titled Climate and Weather that will help students understand the career responsibilities of a meteorologist and the concepts of forecasting and climate change. Science electives will also include a semester course titled The Ocean that will help students explore volcanic activity beneath the sea, how waves and currents work, and the ocean as a source of energy for all life forms.