The curriculum at Unionville High School is rigorous and demanding. Programs contain a core of content and skills that must be met by all students, regardless of the academic level of the course. Courses are designed to prepare students for the pursuit of further study. To fulfill graduation requirements, a student must earn a minimum of 22 credits. Required course distribution includes four English courses, four Social Studies courses, three Mathematics courses, three Science courses, one course in the Arts and Humanities, four courses in Health and Physical Education, and electives. Advanced Placement courses in Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Language, Literature and Composition, Economics, Government, U.S. History, Calculus, French, and Spanish are offered. Course sequences have prerequisites and minimum grade requirements before a student can proceed to the next level. Advanced Placement and Honors level courses are available to qualified students.