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 New Jersey State Core Curriculum Content Standards and the Common Core State Standards. Our goal is to prepare every student for success in college and career and to compete in a global economy. We bring teaching and learning into the 21st century through the infusion of technology across the curriculum which enhances the learning process and allows students to interact with learning communities globally. 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 is given the Scholastic Reading Inventory, the Scholastic math Inventory and the Scholastic Phonics Inventory. These benchmark tests are used to measure growth and guide instruction. Every student will participate in the PARCC testing online and prepared through a standards-based curriculum. We also offer reading support for students with specific reading and writing disorders/ Windsor Prep’s teaching staff is comprised of highly qualified, fully certified educators in all subject areas, including music, art, and physical education.
Mathematics – Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry,
Science – Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Forensic Science
Social Studies – World History, U.S. History I,
U.S. History II and U.S. Government
Communications & Ethics