-Experimental Science I (Overview of the Everglades) provides an in-depth study of the Kissimmee-Okeechobee-Everglades (KOE) watershed. Modules of this course include: geography, geology, water, ecology, economics, history and CERP.
-Honors Biology is the first class class students will take. Students will learn the scientific method through hands-on labs. All students are required to take an End of Course exam (EOC) as required by the Florida legislature.
-Health Options Physical Education (HOPE) is the physical education and health course (including water safety) required for graduation. Students learn how to properly conduct themselves around water, take a swimming assessment test and complete small craft rescues in canoes. They may earn four Red Cross certifications: CPR, First Aid, Swimming Safety and Small Craft Safety.
-Honors English I is necessary to complete graduation requirements, in addition to magnet requirements: a college-level research paper using the MLA style, ancillary readings based on South Florida and the Everglades and a summer reading project.
Because students at South Plantation are enrolled in seven classes daily, freshmen will also take a math class (Algebra 1, Honors Algebra 1, Geometry, Geometry Honors or Honors Algebra II) and two electives. The electives should include a Performing/Practical Art class and/or foreign language if they were not taken in middle school.