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At Success Academy High School of the Liberal Arts, we’re reinventing the 9 -12 experience to make it intellectually demanding and deeply engaging. Our K-8 program provides the critical foundation for a sophisticated collegiate experience in high school.

High School Teacher Opportunities

At HSLA, we’ve merged a rigorous curriculum and thinking culture with deep engagement and broad electives. You’ll be part of a team of educators determined to make every aspect of high school — from academics, to talent development, to character growth — as meaningful as possible for our students.

Prepare Young Adults for High School and Beyond

We provide scholars with a rigorous and exciting high school experience, aimed at getting them to the college of their dreams while instilling the skills, passion, and advanced academic knowledge they need to thrive once on campus.

Scholars tackle collegiate-style academics, discover and develop their talents, and forge special bonds with peers and faculty as they grow into informed, thoughtful citizens.

Through this magical educational experience, we’re preparing scholars to succeed in college and in life.

I see Success as the most promising lever in changing college dropout statistics.

She’s Got What it Takes: Success Academy Scholar Athlete of the Year

Our high schoolers are invested in their talents and interests, whether in the classroom, the studio, or the track. We support them by providing high-level elective courses, clubs, and teams. Find out how one scholar-athlete achieves excellence in her pursuits.

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Poetry and Transformations in Ireland

High School teachers inspire academic passions in our scholars, who pursue these further through a broad experiential opportunities on offer. Find out how one writing enthusiast spent her summer enhancing her skills.

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Virtual School

Step inside our high school to explore our revolutionary school design and approach to college preparation and persistence.

What is exciting 10 years from now? It's our alums. When our kids are running major organizations and institutions, we will have accomplished something very special.