Alternative Education and Transition programs work to reduce the dropout rate through prevention and credit recovery options, and assist dropouts in their efforts to return to school.
Two-year program for over-aged students who have not met the promotion criteria to enter high school.
Select schools offer personalizedre-entry options to students aged 17-21 who have become disengaged from the school system.
Students temporarily removed from school for behavioral violations can continue to receive credits for their studies.
Dropout prevention program.
The center supports students by providing multiple options upon release from the juvenile justice system.
Students who are expelled from school for violating the CPS Student Code of Conduct don’t have to fall behind in their coursework. This program provides an educational alternative.