Bryant High School offers students a nontraditional academic option to high school programs. The school provides small class sizes and programs to address individual student needs and goals. Bryant focuses on academic achievement and provides students with personal and career skills that are equally valuable.
Bryant offers day and afternoon high school courses to meet graduation requirements. Students have the opportunity to enter courses on an open-enrollment basis. The population of the school averages about 400 students. The student population is ethnically diverse. Bryant offers its students employment skills as well as opportunities in various career areas.
In addition, a variety of programs promotes student involvement and academic success. They include English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), Project Opportunity, Student Leadership, and National Honor Society-BETA. Bryant has graduation February and June each year.
Last Updated: 2019-02-01