Berkeley’s Upper Division program is designed to provide students with the atmosphere and advantages of a small liberal arts college. By the time students reach their senior year, they enjoy many of the freedoms and accept most of the responsibilities required for success on a college campus.

Our students are also academically prepared for college. With more than 40 AP®, Honors, and Advanced Topics courses, we have built a reputation for rigor at the country’s most prestigious institutions. According to the College Board’s® Advanced Placement® Report to the Nation, our Upper Division has one of the strongest math and science AP® programs in the state.

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The Upper Division program is designed to provide students with the atmosphere and advantages of a small liberal arts college. Students are offered a choice of approximately 100 co-curricular activities and clubs, and they may be selected to join several nationally recognized academic honoraries, including the Cum Laude Society and National Honor Society. Berkeley is fortunate to have a transition counselor who offers support to new Upper Division students who may need academic support as they acclimate to curricular expectations.  A significant part of this support is guided study hall, a six-week support program that meets three times a week to cover such topics as organization, obtaining extra help when needed, habits of “good” studying and computer skills.  The transition counselor works in conjunction with the academic counselor to ensure that each student has the necessary skills to succeed.

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