Four comprehensive high schools currently serve 5,830
Hanover students in grades 9 through 12. Each
school operates on an alternate-day block schedule (even, odd) and provides four
classes each day. Students fulfill
graduation requirements by completing courses designated by the State for each
of the diplomas available (Advanced Studies, Standard, Modified Standard).
Also, students choose to enroll in elective courses which can help them
prepare for post-secondary education and careers, as well as develop natural
Students in each high school have access to a full-time
career counselor in a career center equipped with current technology and
multiple resources available for career education. Dual-enrollment courses provide juniors and seniors the
opportunity to earn high-school and college credits simultaneously.
Also, students in each school may choose to participate in one or more
extracurricular or co-curricular activities which include a wide variety of
athletic, artistic, academic, technical, and service-oriented teams, clubs, or
events. Driver education is
available for all students in tenth grade, and students learn skills using both
driving-simulation technology and skid-devices on the cars used for practice
Each Hanover high school provides adolescents a safe
environment in which to learn, to establish goals, and to prepare for
successful, purposeful adult lives.