Students in this academy will have the opportunity to participate in student-driven learning activities focusing on working with the community. Students will partner with local schools, counseling agencies, and law enforcement agencies to learn real-world skills that apply to this academy. Students within the Human Sciences and Education Academy will have the opportunity to participate in FCCLA and Mock Trial in order to compete against students across the state. Students will also participate in service-learning and training.
Senior students enrolled in the Human Sciences and Education Pathways have the opportunity to take part in internships with many local businesses.