North Pocono High School's curriculum for most students is composed of three parts: core courses, other required courses, and elective courses.
Core Required Courses
- Four years of English
- Four years of social studies
- At least three years of mathematics
- At least three years of science
Other Required Courses
- Four years of physical education
- One year of health
All students must take a minimum of five classes that meet every day of the cycle (known as major courses). To meet or exceed the credit requirements, students may take a variety of additional courses in subjects such as fine art, business, English, family and consumer science, math, science, social studies, technology, and vocational skills, and world languages.
Course Descriptions/Program of Studies/Curriculum Guide
Below is the current and complete Curriculum Guide. For descriptions of individual courses, refer to this document.
Vocational (CTC) Courses
The Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County (CTCLS) offers 18 career areas of study. Programs are designed to be three years in length, beginning in sophomore year; however, it is possible for juniors and seniors to begin a program of study. Students who attend CTC for their vocational program, continue to take required courses at North Pocono. For a description of the specific vocational programs listed below, please visit the Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County's website by clicking the link below.
All courses: Full Year / 3 credits
VA52 Automotive Technology I/II
VB52 Building Mechanics
VC62 Cosmetology I/II
VC82 Computer Systems Technology I/II
VC92. Childhood Development
VCA52 Culinary Arts I/II
VCA62 Commercial/Advertising Design
VDC52 Digital Communications
VDO52 Diversified Occupations
VE52 Electrical Construction & Maintenance
VG52 Graphic Production
VH62 Health Occupations I/II
VP52 Plumbing & Heating
VP62 Protective Services
VR52 Collision Repair
VS52 Service Occupations