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Work-Based Learning Overview

The Work-Based Learning Program is designed to bring together the components necessary for a successful career:  Education and Experience. This program allows students the opportunity to receive "real world" work experience while gaining high school credit.


To provide educational and occupational experiences for students that will assist them in becoming productive citizens in the community.


To provide students the opportunity to receive both academic and occupational experiences in the world of work that will increase their knowledge, skills, and abilities for further education and employment.


  • To allow students to receive occupational experience in business/industries related to the career focus of the work-based learning program and the student's career objectives.
  • To allow students to develop positive attitudes and work habits for job placement.
  • To allow students to develop work ethics, salable skills, and knowledge necessary for successful careers.
  • To allow students to develop self-confidence, maturity, and a feeling of achievement.
  • To permit students to participate in academic and occupational experiences in businesses/industries that cannot be duplicated in the classroom.
  • To provide opportunities for students to apply knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to real life situations.
  • To improve business/industry/school relationships.
  • To motivate students to excel in all educational pursuits.
  • To give students an opportunity to improve communication skills.
  • To expand students' knowledge of available occupations, employment requirements, and working conditions.
  • To provide students an opportunity for a smooth transition into further education and the work force.

Upcoming Events

October 6
October 6

BOE Meeting

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

October 9