Clover High School serves students in grades nine through twelve on a 4 x 4 block schedule model. Students in grades 9 through 11 take eight courses per year (four courses each semester) with a comprehensive final exam which counts 20% of the final grade. Freshmen are served in the Freshman Academy, housed in its own wing of Clover High School. Seniors take a minimum of six courses and have opportunities for internships, employment release, and dual enrollment courses. The South Carolina Curriculum Standards are the foundation of the high school instructional program. District instructional supervisors work with the faculty at the high school to implement district curriculum guides in the four core content areas. Clover High School offers elective courses in sixteen nationally recognized career clusters. Elective departments include: fine arts (dance, art, chorus, and band), ROTC, world languages (French and Spanish), technology, family and consumer sciences, physical education and health, driver’s education, special education, and Career and Technical Education programs (CTE). The Applied Technology center offers high school majors in agriculture, architecture and construction, AV Tech, automotive technology, business management, finance, informational technology, marketing, education and training, engineering (Project Lead The Way), health science, hospitality and tourism, and human services. Students wishing to take an advanced course of study may take honors courses, Advanced Placement courses, and dual credit courses. Clover High School is also host to Western York County Middle College through a partnership with York School District One and York Technical College. Middle college students who are ready spend part of their junior and senior year taking courses on the campus of York Technical College. Clover High school runs a fully operational i-school, which offers virtual college prep, honors and Advanced Placement courses in English, mathematics, science, social studies, physical education and health. Students who need extra help may attend tutoring sessions before/after school or take credit recovery or content recovery in the i-school lab as well. The high school has two full-time nurses, six guidance counselors and four assistant principals.