According to collegesanduniversitiesinusa, the Kent County school district is comprised of the Appoquinimink School District, Caesar Rodney School District and the Capital School District. These districts are located in the northern and western parts of Kent County, Delaware. The Appoquinimink School District consists of 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 2 high schools. The two high schools in this district are Middletown High School and Appoquinimink High School. Middletown High School is a public school that offers a variety of courses including traditional academic subjects such as math and science as well as special programs like Advanced Placement classes, honors classes, career technical education programs and special education services. Appoquinimink High School is also a public school that offers students the same types of courses but with an added focus on college preparedness through its College Academy program. The Caesar Rodney School District serves students from both Kent and New Castle counties in Delaware. This district consists of 11 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, 2 high schools and 1 alternative school. The two major high schools in this district are Caesar Rodney High School and Polytech High School which both offer large variety of academic courses as well as special programs such as Advanced Placement classes, honors classes, career technical education programs and special education services. Both high schools have been nationally recognized for their excellence in academics with Caesar Rodney being named one of the best high schools by U.S News & World Report in 2018-2019 while Polytech has been named a Blue Ribbon school by the US Department of Education since 2017-2018. According to usprivateschoolsfinder, Delaware is home to a variety of high schools, including traditional public schools, charter schools, private academies, and online programs. Public high schools in Delaware are funded by local, state, and federal government sources and provide students with a comprehensive education. The curriculum typically includes courses in math, science, social studies, language arts and physical education. Many of these traditional public schools also offer accelerated learning options and Advanced Placement (AP) classes. Delaware also has several charter school options that focus on certain areas of study like technology or the arts. These charter schools often have smaller class sizes than traditional public high school settings. Private academies in Delaware offer rigorous courses in areas like science and mathematics as well as enrichment activities like music or art programs. Finally, for those who prefer the flexibility of learning from home or need to take classes at their own pace there are also online high school programs available.