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Students at the K.A.R.A.T.® School of Learning must
complete the state-mandated requirements for graduation.
For a non-public, private school, we complete 120 hours
of instruction for the following 21 credits:
• 4 Credits of English (Language, Literature, Speech,
• 3 Credits of Math (Geometry, Algebra, Basic math
• 3 Credits of Science (Biology and Chemistry)
• 3 Credits of Social Sciences (Geography, Civics, Economics,
World History, PA History, and U.S. History)
•2 Credits of Arts and Humanities
• 1 Credit of Health and P.E. every year
• 5 additional credits of vocational education courses
Students at the K.A.R.A.T.® School of Learning receive additional credits in Science through Earth and Space, Ecology, and Anatomy and Physiology. The students receive additional credits in math with Accounting, Finance, and Business math.
Students at the K.A.R.A.T.® School of Learning also are required to take music and art. Students can choose from piano, voice, drums, and brass and woodwind instruments, along with art and drama lessons.
Students receive their sports instruction with Coach Patrick Dipalo in basketball, football, soccer, and hockey. Additional sports will be added soon.
Along with the state-mandated curriculum, Juniors and Seniors at K.A.R.A.T.® School excel further in their academics by taking a myriad of college classes at the local community college. Freshmen and Sophomores shadow many businesses in the workplace so they can see the relevance of science and math first-hand. Also, students are required to create a project each quarter to present to the audience of their choice. K.A.R.A.T.® students are ahead of the state's mandated curriculum when it comes to speech, communication, and vocational skills.