That's why they're this week's cool school.
The high school is launching a new online learning program.
Upper classmen enrolled in Co-op are part of a new virtual classroom.
They go to class two days a week, then participate online the other three days, where they listen to podcasts or submit homework.
Dunlap's principal says the program is giving students a boost for life after high school.
"It's referred to as a "haiku platform" and it's exciting because there aren't too many schools doing this across the country and we're going to prepare our graduates," says Principal Tom Welsh.
Many colleges and universities use online learning platforms for students.
Staff at Dunlap hope to expand the pilot program after this year.