• East Brunswick High School
    Alternative Programs

    Alternative Programs are designed to allow students to engage in experiences not typically offered in the district. Please see below for current offerings. 

    College Credit Options


    Middlesex College Dual Enrollment and High School Scholars

    The Dual Enrollment program allows students to obtain college credit through Middlesex College for courses they are taking in the district. There are over 30 college courses offered in conjunction with 32 high school courses, providing students with an opportunity to begin their college experiences with credits. 

    The High School Scholars program allows students to obtain credits for courses offered on the college campus. Students in this program cannot earn high school credits at the same time as taking the Middlesex College Course. 

    For more information, please see the section "Dual Enrollment Program for College Credit". 

    FLEX Program


    1135 - Integrated Science A and 1136 - Integrated Science B
    Grade 9- 12 | Credits: 5 

    Integrated Science is a phenomenon-based course that covers multiple NJSLS Science standards across multiple disciplines, including earth science, physical science, chemistry and physics. Students will continue to develop their science skills over the duration of the course. Students must be in the Flex program to participate.  

    2164 - Pathway to Algebra
    Grade 9- 10 | Credits: 5   

    Students in this course will focus on the core mathematical skills needed to be successful in Algebra I. These skills include rational numbers, ratios, estimation, exponents and radicals and first-degree equations and inequalities. It will also focus on basic mathematical skills such as operations, order of operations and graphing. Students must be in the Flex program to participate in this course, and will qualify for this course through a diagnostic exam. 

    Study Hall Options


    1800 - Supervised Study Hall

    Students may select a supervised study hall as a part of their schedule. Students enrolled in study hall will be required to bring work to complete or reading materials to read for the full period.

    1850 - Senior AM Study Hall
    Open to Seniors only

    Students enrolled in this first period study hall will be required to sign in to the cafeteria by 8:00 A.M. each day.  A contract will be completed on the first day of school with the parameters for maintaining this “senior privilege.”

    1860 - Senior PM Study Hall
    Open to Seniors only

    Students enrolled in this 12th period study hall will be permitted to leave school following period 11 provided they are not involved in any after-school sports, activities or clubs. Students will not be permitted to leave and return if enrolled in this study hall. A contract will be completed on the first day of school with the parameters for maintaining this “senior privilege.”

    Seniors with either Late In or Early Out will not be able to have any additional study halls in order to fulfill the 35 credit requirement.