Career Academies are personalized small learning communities within a school comprised of a small group of students and teachers for four years. Academy classes are usually blocked back-to-back in the daily schedule, and students attend them as a group. Students are able to complete academy requirements within the regular school day, with the exception of work internships.
By participating in the Sustainable Agriculture Academy at Millbrook Magnet High School you are becoming a part of one of Wake County's newest career academies designed to enhance our award winning agriculture program. You will learn the importance of sustainability and agriculture in a hands on way while exploring a career path of your choosing. Each year you will get experience in work based learning and grow closer with a cohort of fellow students. Along the way, you will also complete project based learning through cohorted CTE and core classes and complete an internship in your chosen pathway! The Sustainable Agriculture Academy is open for rising Freshmen and current Freshmen that are in Sustainable Agriculture I that meet certain criteria. Applications are accepted on a rolling admissions basis.
Only students assigned to Millbrook High School by WCPSS student assignment will have their application processed.
In compliance with federal law, Wake County Public School System administers all education programs, employment activities, and admissions without discrimination against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability.