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  • Our Programs

    At Largo High School we offer several programs that our students may apply to and/or join. For more information about each program please visit the following pages.

    Academy of Finance
    A rigorous four-year courses of study that prepare students for college as well as future jobs the areas of entrepreneur, accountant, project manager, financial analyst, investment banking, auditor, management consultant, comptroller, certified public accountant, marketing and brand management or supply chain management.

    Academy of Health & Biosciences
    A rigorous four-year course of study that prepares students for college as well as future jobs the areas of doctor, dentist, nurse, biomedical engineer, pharmacist, research/medical scientist or radiologist. For more information please see the PGCPS Academy brochure.

    Advanced Placement
    College preparatory classes offered during Junior and Senior year in High School. Advanced Placement, or AP students may also take the AP test to receive college credit for the course.

    AFJROTC
    Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) is a career and technical (CTE) program of study. This program provides students with the opportunity to earn early college credit and students may be granted completer credit toward graduation.

    AVID Program
    AVID is an in-school college readiness system designed to increase student learning and performance. Please visit the AVID Page for more information.

    Dual Enrollment
    Earn college credit while still in high school! Dual enrollment provides high school juniors and seniors with the opportunities to take college courses with public colleges and universities in the state of Maryland.

    Food and Beverage Management (ProStart)
    The ProStart program introduces high school students to a wide variety of careers within the restaurant, food service, and hospitality industry. Students study and practice professional food preparation of international cuisines, food safety and sanitation, customer relations, accounting, cost control, marketing and an introduction to aspects of restaurant management. Please visit the Consumer Services, Hospitality and Tourism page for more information.

    Performing & Fine Arts Department
    This program is designed to develop the interests and talents of students in fine arts while also enhancing the academic discipline, through creativity, artistic expression, and exposure to various cultures. Performance experiences and training are designed to challenge and develop skills of all students as well as provide exceptional opportunities for the artistically talented child. The ultimate goal is to have each student achieve his/her maximum potential both artistically and academically. For more information please take a look at our Performing & Fine Arts Brochure.

    PeerForward Program
    A National US non-profit organization provides a program that helps high schools raise their college enrollment rates by building a college-going culture.