400 W. Harvard Ave
Roseburg, OR 97470
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- 9th House
- Library Media Aide
- Student Aide
- Pre-Teach
- Leadership
- Release Time (Religious Study)
- ELL 1
- ELL 2
- Step-Up

Educational Development and Supportive Programming

- Life Skills Math A

- Life Skills Math B

- Ramp-up to Algebra
- Language Arts Foundations
- Advanced Language Arts
- Language 1
- Language 2
- Standards Support

- Introduction to Pathways

-Career Exploration

- Connections B

- Developmental Learning Center (DLC)
- Pathways (18+)
- Success 9/10 and 11/12

Surviving Post-Secondary Living

Grade Level: 12

Length of Course: Semester

Credit: ½ Elective

Course Overview: The purpose of this transition class is to better prepare students for post-secondary living by researching student career choices, skills, abilities, interests, and education requirements for enrollment in colleges or universities. The class also addresses budgeting, financial issues (i.e. financial aid for college), credit debt awareness, needs vs. wants, etc. Upon completion of this course, students will have a personal portfolio containing research of careers, colleges, skills, interests, and abilities, as well as a resume, letters of references, sample job application, transcripts, twenty hours of volunteer service in their community, and their culminating research project presentation.

Last Updated: Thursday, 8 February, 2018 2:20 PM