Implementing a High School Completion Program is Easier than You Think

Posted by Garth Fasano on 2/26/15 10:00 AM

Implementing a High School Completion program on your campus doesn’t have to be challenging. In fact, it’s probably a lot simpler than you think because you probably already have everything needed to get started, and we are here to help. Here are the three easy steps to get started:

Step One: Secure an On-Campus Location

High_School_Completion_ClassroomWhen implementing the program, the first step is to find a space where your students can work. They will need a classroom or space with computer access at least 3 days a week for 3-4 hours/day. If space is tight, you might also consider using a library or empty computer lab. You can start out in a small space and once you get a better idea of how many students will be attending your lab at a time, you can move to a larger room.

Securing an on-campus location is one of the three easy steps to implement a High School Completion program. Download the guide to learn the next two steps you need to implement a program using resources you already have.

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Topics: High School Completion


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