Career Path High is proud of our small school environment. This setting allows us to personalize our instruction and adapt our model to improve student learning. In order to better serve our students, we are making some improvements that will take place starting January 2nd.
Career Path High will begin using a Learning Center and two classrooms to personalize instruction and provide a dynamic learning environment. Students who are on campus participate in classroom and learning center rotations with their peers.
Our classrooms provide students with the ability to work collaboratively, participate in hands on activities, and focus on a given course with their peers. These classroom sessions will be lead by the instructors of their course.
While in the Learning Center, students are able to work independently in a quiet place and receive one on one support from their instructors. The Learning Center will now be the home base for all of our instructors. When an instructor is not leading a classroom session, they will be available to provide instructional support in the LC.
When students are on campus, they rotate with their grade level peers. The schedules are listed below.
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