The Global Business and Finance (GBF) Academic Program is a clustered program for students in grade 9 and above. The focus is designed for students who wish to pursue a business career. The GBF program consists of courses in introduction to business, business statistics, and business entrepreneurship. This program provides training in interviewing, job application, and resume building along with an extensive exposure to a variety of business-related careers in a team-taught environment. Students have access to job shadowing and summer internships during grades 11 and 12.
Granada Hills Charter (GHC) is consistently ranked as one of the best schools in California.
Students are challenged as individuals and as leaders, and will graduate a different person than when they entered high school. Whether it’s the collaborative experience of our academic teams, the bonds forged in myriad clubs and athletics, or the opportunity to stand up in front of their peers and speak, GHC transforms students into life-long learners and productive, responsible global citizens encouraged to take risks, learn from failure, and meet the goals they set.
Grades 9-12 At A Glance
All programs offer full access to honors courses, AP courses, IB courses, and preparation for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and AP Capstone in grades 11 and 12. All courses in every program are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and are transferable to schools throughout the United States. Students who graduate from Granada Hills Charter (GHC) and earn a C or better in the required courses will meet the UC/CSU “A-G” subject area requirements and the NCAA course requirements unless otherwise noted in their Individualized Education Plan. Our services and programs have been designed to meet a variety of students’ educational and social-emotional needs.
Extracurricular and co-curricular activities are an integral part of a student's high school experience; memories will be made that will last a lifetime. Students who participate in extracurricular activities will likely see an improvement in their academic and life skills, including discipline, goal-setting, teamwork, accountability, and responsibility. They will also find themselves better prepared for post-secondary education. Ultimately, students may even discover that the lessons they learn outside the classroom, in athletics or clubs, help them cope with future challenges in the workplace. We strongly encourage every student at Granada Hills Charter (GHC) to take advantage of the activities that are offered. We are confident that each and every student will be able to find at least one activity that they are interested in, and we are committed to providing a wide variety of activities as an extension of the classroom.