The future is disruptive. To be ready, you must pick your pathway.

Our students are equipped with the necessary skills and resources in order to pursue their academic passions and to navigate our rapidly-changing workforce.

There is no linear direction for a student to follow, and it is common for students to explore various academic interests throughout high school. However, focusing on a specific pathway can help to garner a diverse skillset that can be applied to numerous majors and career options. We hope to encourage students to explore their academic passions in their high school career in order to provide direction for their educational pathway.

We have over 40 different pathways in 8 different interest clusters. Pick a pathway that seems interesting to you, then determine whether or not you can envision yourself pursuing the necessary education and skills that this pathway demands. Once you discover your pathway, you can utilize the page's information to shape your further academic and extracurricular endeavors! Now get scrolling and start exploring!

A Word of Advice from GPA Alumni.....

Hear from recent graduates and alumni as they share their experiences at the Academy, including pieces of advice on how to fully take advantage of your opportunities. 
To learn more about student stories, visit the pathway page that interests you the most, where you can view what students pursuing your pathway are doing! 

Explore your passions. Discover your pathway.

Visual Arts & Design

Students interested in designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, and entertainment services. 

Business & Entrepreneurship

Students interested in planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Prospective business leaders and entrepreneurs are on track to drive social and economic change that will shape our collective future. 

Math & Computers

Students that seek to understand computation; this includes analyzing algorithms and proving properties such as correctness and complexity, and requires an understanding of appropriate mathematical tools. 

Health Science & Medicine

Students looking to enter the world of health care, pursuing careers that promote health, wellness, and diagnosis as well as treat injuries and diseases. Some of the careers involve working directly with people, while others involve research into diseases or collecting and formatting data and information. 

Law & Political Studies

Students intrigued by current events, how laws are made, or the comparative structures of governments across the world. They learn how public policy is formulated and the impact of policy on the social and economic status of the populace. 

Physical Science & Engineering​

Students interested in engineering find themselves immersed in creativity, science, technology, and problem-solving. They invent, design, analyze, build and test machines, complex systems, structures and materials to fulfill functional objectives and requirements.

Social & Behavioral Science

Students looking to study the individual's relationship to the communities they belong to. In this role, they focus on identifying high-risk behaviors or trends in a specific population and propose solutions to improve overall public health levels in their communities


Students interested in developing crucial insight into what matters in life, into the character of civilization, and into the capacity — and the limits — of people’s ability to understand societies different from their own.

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