Partner Spotlight: Increasing Enrollments Through a High School Completion Program at Dorsey Schools

Posted by Garth Fasano on 12/9/14 8:00 AM

Penn Foster Dorsey GraduationThe Dorsey Schools and Penn Foster have been working together on a High School Completion program since the Fall of 2013 and have brought the program to six campus locations in the Detroit and Michigan area.  The program provides interested students with the chance to earn a high school diploma and has helped Dorsey campuses boost enrollments, increase awareness in the community and helped people change their lives through education. Together they have graduated 200 students with a fully accredited diploma who now have the opportunity to continue their education or go out into the marketplace with superior credentials.  Since launching the program just over a year ago, Dorsey is about to graduate its first Penn Foster high school student from their Culinary Arts program this month. Dorsey and Penn Foster both have a long history in their communities and are committed to helping people through education.  The two schools have been educating Americans for over 200 years and are looking into new ways online and blended solutions can help them reach and support more people in our communities.

See How the Partnership Has Helped Dorsey Increase Enrollments, Improve Retention, and Better Serve the Community:

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Topics: High School Completion, College Enrollment & Retention, Colleges & Career Schools

 

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