Academic Overview

Academic Achievement

Windsor Prep High School is a state-approved, non-profit program for classified students designed to provide the services and support your child needs to succeed in school and beyond. We provide a quality education, with emphasis on building up the self-esteem and academic achievements of each of our students.

We feature a diverse program of core academic subjects and an array of practical elective courses.  The Windsor curriculum include assemblies, seasonal special events, field trips, computer lab instruction with supervised access, speech and language therapy, and classes in art, music, foreign languages, and physical education.


Each student at Windsor Prep receives an appropriate education based on his/her Individualized Education Program (IEP) in accordance with NJ Administrative Code 6A:14. Our curriculum is aligned with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards.

Our goal is to prepare every student for success in college and career and to compete in a global economy. We infuse technology across the curriculum to enhance the learning process and allow students to interact with the global learning communities.

Instructional methodologies are research-based, differentiated and prescriptive. We employ best practices and ongoing assessment to ensure high quality instruction. Our curriculum framework is based on Understanding by Design (UbD) to deepen students’ understanding of key concepts.

Every student has access to, Capti Voice, a text to speech system that turns any text into an audio book. Materials can be translated to multiple languages and synchronized across all devices in and out of school. Student growth in Math and English Language Arts is monitored through IXL Learning System, a personalized interactive learning experience that offers continuous diagnostics and allows students to reinforce and enrich learning beyond the classroom.



Mathematics – Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry,
Math Applications

Science – Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Forensic Science

Social Studies – World History, U.S. History I,
U.S. History II and U.S. Government



Physical Education


Communications & Ethics



Graphic Arts

Foreign Languages