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High School – 9th through 12th Grade

We teach that questions matter as much as answers and thinking, solving, and doing are pillars of a meaningful education.
We believe, from day-to-day high schoolers should be given intellectual freedom, agency, and a say in their education. We are certain teenagers are capable and trustworthy.


We take a progressive approach to high school education that answers the call for well-prepared adults ready of 21st Century demands.In our rapidly evolving digital society, high school students face complex challenges that shape their futures. Most high schools still rely on outdated traditional formats, leading to overcrowded classrooms and a curriculum that often skims the surface of understanding.

Today’s educators must prepare students for jobs that don’t yet exist, a task that requires rethinking the educational process. Progressive education values individual ideas and fosters personal growth, addressing the unique needs of each student.

At our innovative high school, we have designed a program tailored to the 21st century. Our learning environment engages students in meaningful experiences, sparking their creativity and instilling a desire to be change-makers, innovators, and confident visionaries.

Finding the Perfect Fit

We help parents and students navigate the tough questions of today’s educational landscape. Our approach ensures that students not only learn but thrive, preparing them for a future full of opportunities.


We teach traditional academics in non-traditional ways, relying on an interwoven approach to studying classic subjects including literature, history, science, math, and world languages. We also offer a variety of electives, guided independent studies, and opportunities for student leadership. We promote personal initiative and adaptability, and engage all aspects of a student’s development, not just the academic part. We possess respect for the individual student and the rewards of participation in a learning community. This approach set the stage for collaboration, inspiration, and forward-thinking intelligence.

Throughout the high school years, we place greater demand on accountability and the expectation of a higher level of expertise across subjects. Working alongside and with fellow students on projects and in developing deeper understanding students gain a foundational sense of responsibility.

Our curriculum includes:

  • Humanities
  • Mathematics
  • Lab Sciences
  • World Languages
  • Electives and Clubs
  • Independent Study
  • Internships
  • Work/Study
  • Early College
  • Senior Capstone

By creating opportunities for intellectual development, our high school enables students to become discerning. They learn to discover and examine an extensive body of information, evaluate evidence, consider all perspectives, and only then form their own conclusions. Higher-order thinking is crucial for college and life success, where knowledge, skills, and perspectives must continuously adapt to our rapidly changing world.

Students come to realize that discovery and adventure, in the form of experimenting and creating in a STEM/STEAM Lab, Artist’s’ Studio, Writer’s Center, or Field Laboratory, complement robust academic and social pursuits. The caveat is proven success; our graduates go on to reputable colleges and universities, into 21st century professions like eGaming and social media marketing, and join traditional trades. More significantly, they lead lives with confidence, curiosity, and a sense of social justice and citizenship. These young adults possess worldly panache.

Voyagers’ high school students are able to create the solutions that our constantly changing world so desperately needs!

Meet the Team

  • Kadi Cook, M.Ed.

    Teacher/Researcher - Upper School

    Kadi joined Voyagers’ in 2008, coming from a rich background in the arts. She integrates many teaching styles and draws from various teaching philosophies, with a strong focus on the Reggio Emilia philosophy and Constructivism.
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  • Al Clayton

    Teacher/Researcher – Upper School, STEAM Specialist

    Al is certified teacher that has an extensive educational background in physics, astronomy, earth science, and mathematics. Al obtained a Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University in 2001 and a Master’s from the University…
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