G230 Academy provides students that are struggling in a traditional classroom setting the opportunity to obtain academic credit and extended teacher support in an alternative setting designed to help those students earn their high school diploma.
Students in 12th grade who are deficient credits and need recovery intervention in order to make up credits and receive a diploma receive enrollment priority. Those who achieve sufficient credit recovery prior to graduation may graduate with their current high school site, or they may return to their comprehensive site of residence at the semester if they are back on track for graduation. 11th graders may be enrolled after April testing at the sites.
Down Credits - High school juniors and seniors who are deficient credits, need recovery intervention and accelerated options to make up credits and get back on track for graduation. Seniors have priority but junior referrals are accepted,
Students identified as at-risk of dropping out and who, for a variety of reasons, have found that the traditional structure of a comprehensive site is not the ideal learning environment for them.
Students who demonstrate skills in organization, motivation, and self-discipline that would make an individualized, on-line learning environment more suitable for their learning style and success.
Students must be able to attend classes daily and provide their own transportation.
Students must demonstrate behavior consistent with a quiet, productive learning environment.
High school administrators and counselors refer students to the G230 Academy. Enrollment depends on available space. When the program reaches capacity, subsequent referrals are placed on a waitlist until space becomes available. G230 Academy staff notify counselors and/or students or parents when space opens up and they are next on the waitlist. In some cases, G230 Academy can enroll students who have not obtained their diploma and who have not been continuously enrolled in school after their 12th grade year.
For more information about G230 Academy – Pearson, please call the main number at (209) 574-8192, Option 2.
Pearson Education Center
500 Locust Street
Modesto, CA 95351
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