With a new school year scheduled to start Monday, nearly all Chatham High School seniors are enrolled in an extra science course, and around 85 percent of them are enrolled in an extra year of math beyond what they need to graduate, the high school principal said.
The state requires three years in those subjects.
Advanced Placement courses also are a big draw.
"The high school has 762 seats filled in all of our AP courses," Principal Darren Groh wrote in an email. "We are very proud of the fact that many of our students challenge themselves with a rigorous schedule and leave CHS prepared for their next endeavor."
The high school is offering three new courses this year: Chinese 4, Marketing in the 21st Century and
Groh also said nearly 25 percent of Chatham students are enrolled in a technology course, with 362 seats filled in the eight technology courses the high school offers.