Discovery High School
About the Learning Program
Through its distinct wall-to-wall early college model, Discovery provides students the opportunity to live out their college, career, and wage potential in the region.
In partnership with Worcester State University, Quinsigamond Community College, Holyoke Community College, and Westfield State University, students can earn at least three-to-six college credits per semester, beginning in their freshman year — and they can choose to defer graduation for a fifth year to complete a fully funded associate degree along with their high school diploma.
DHS maximizes career and wage opportunities through its “pathways” model, in which students specialize their learning in one of several technology-centered areas, including computer science, IT, engineering, and digital media. In its rigorous, engaging, hands-on environment — with industry-grade technology in a dedicated makerspace — Discovery has particular success in supporting emerging bilinguals through the universal languages of coding, tinkering, and designing.