SDE: Interdistrict Magnet Schools

Interdistrict Magnet Schools

Interdistrict magnet schools are designed to voluntarily reduce racial, ethnic and economic isolation. They seek to attract students by offering a themed, high-quality curriculum. These innovative schools attract students from different districts who come together to learn in education settings that offer a range of themes or teaching philosophies that include STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), environmental science, Montessori, performing arts, and global and international studies. Additionally a number of the high school programs provide opportunities for students to receive college credit in high school through school partnership with higher education, or Early College Experience programs.





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