Skyline serves a diverse population from throughout Oakland, and our curriculum and programs reflect that diversity.
Academics at Skyline promote rigor, in-depth study, challenging coursework, and a range of study that compliments a variety of student interests. Our curriculum is college preparatory, filled with honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes, comprises four Linked Learning Pathways and wide range of electives all of which allow for students’ to follow their aptitudes and interests during their time at Skyline. In addition, Skyline’s curriculum is guided by the California A-G requirements, Common Core State Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, and our school-wide Student Learner Outcome Objectives.
From our Atlas House system and AVID program that ensure freshman get a nurtured and supportive start on campus to our credit recovery, reading intervention support and behavioral health programs to help a struggling student get back on track, Skyline is equipped to work with all students at all levels of achievement.