Programs & Services
Programs & Services
- Multiple Pathways: Options for students who have previously dropped out (or those with low high school credits) to return to school through an "educational pathway." These pathways are designed to assist students in earning their high school diploma or its equivalent.
- Re-Engagement Center: One-stop program for students and their families looking for re-enrollment and GED resources.
- Gateway to College: A dual-enrollment program for students who have dropped out of school, allowing them to earn their high school diploma and college credits simultaneously.
- Educational Options Programs (EOPs): Also sometimes called "Twilight Programs", the EOPs option allows students and adults over the age of 17 to continue earning credits towards a high school diploma through afternoon classes.
- Accelerated High School Programs: A method for students to get back on track and earn credits towards graduation in less than 3 years.
- Community-Based GED & Literacy Programs: Resources for earning a GED, and other options for overage students interested in furthering their education.
- Transition Services: Alternative school settings and supports designed for students whose educational and social/emotional needs are not being met in the conventional classroom setting.
- Transition Schools: Alternative school settings for students who have committed Level 2 violations of the Code of Conduct, providing a program for educational, social, and emotional development.
- Philadelphia Learning Academies (PLA's): Educational sites for students who have been expelled, providing structured classrooms and personalized learning strategies.
- Other Services: Additional functions of the Alternative Education Region.
- Family Support Center: A liaison between schools and the courts, facilitating supportive services for young people to help them succeed in schools and communities.