Could a Non-Completer Become Your Best Student?

Posted by Laurie Woychick on 9/24/14 8:00 AM

FAPSC-2014-Central-Logo-LargewebcondenseJust because they did not complete high school does not mean they cannot be successful in college.  In many cases, the high school dropout population has the motivation and incentive to regain control of their learning and career building, but lack an on-ramp to gain affordable access to higher education. An on-campus High School Completion (HSC) program provides a platform for prospective career college students who were previously turned away because they didn’t complete high school. Hear the story of how one student's life changed when she got the opportunity to earn her high school diploma.

 

 

Hear the rest story on how one career college was able to turn non-completers their best students.

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Topics: Dropout Crisis, High School Completion, Penn Foster News & Events, College Enrollment & Retention

 

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