That's only if you attend E-STEM Charter School.
When the school first opened, only kindergarten through ninth grade was available but each year the school kept adding grade levels.
Although there was a twelfth grade last year, this is actually the first year the school is at full capacity. Now school leaders are evaluating their progress before their charter is up for renewal.
"If we don't feel like we're doing something right, if we're not getting the results we want, we're going to evaluate that and we're going to change that and we're going to figure something else out and I think those are the kinds of things parents are looking for," said John Bacon, the school's CEO.
Last year, E-STEM had its first graduating class of 84 students. There are 120 seniors this year.