Suffern High School students have many curricular options to choose from as they prepare for college and careers. Our comprehensive programs build upon a strong foundation of general knowledge and skills, and enable students to develop specialized competency in areas of interest. Courses are offered in English, social studies, mathematics, science, world languages, visual and performing arts, technology, family and consumer sciences and physical education. A robust athletics program and array of extracurricular activities fulfill students’ broad range of interests.
Twenty Advanced Placement (AP) courses—from Studio Art to Environmental Science—are in place, in addition to other rigorous classes that are part of nationally- and internationally-recognized programs, such as the Confucius Classroom Network and
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