Similar to our seniors, postgraduate students have a wide range of course options available in the Curriculum Guide. Wheaton Academy operates on a semester schedule; first semester ends before Christmas break, and second semester runs from January through the end of the school year. Essentially, postgraduates will have 14 available slots (7 per semester) to fill with rigorous course options. Wheaton Academy requires that postgraduate students take a full year of Bible courses, a full year of English courses, a full year of math courses, and a semester of PE. The remaining schedule can be filled with a wide range of electives. Postgraduate students may use some of these slots to challenge themselves with next-level advanced courses in disciplines they have already been pursuing—such as AP classes, calculus, world languages, etc. They may use other slots for subjects they have never studied—such as Business, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Communications, Research, 3D Design, Ethics, Sociology, or other specialty courses. Postgraduates will not need to retake courses from high school unless they have the desire to improve their performance in a certain subject. Wheaton Academy’s dedicated advisers will work with individual students to ensure a schedule that meets requirements and advances areas of interest.