The High School Program
The high school program at the MVPCS is designed to prepare students for college attendance through a rigorous academic program. Students who thrive in this academic setting are self-motivated and intellectually curious. They are successful working independently and enjoy collaborating with both peers and adults.
Students pursue their studies in a variety of settings during their high school years:
Graduation and College Acceptance
The first graduating class of the Martha’s Vineyard Public Charter School shared its commencement with families and community in June 2001. The school has awarded diplomas to 40 students.
Graduates have continued their studies at colleges and universities including Bard College, Bates College, Bennington College, Boston University’s Professor’s Program, Cape Cod Community College, Columbia College, Dalhousie University, Dean College, Hampshire College, Marlboro College, Marymount Manhattan College Honors Program, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Morehouse College, Salem State College, San Francisco State University, Sarah Lawrence College, Smith College, University of Massachusetts Amherst, University of Vermont and Wheaton College