College and Career Readiness Programs

The College and Career Readiness (CCR) department aims to equip students with academic skills and college-going knowledge so they have the confidence to select a career and complete the program of study associated with that career. CCR staff members take a student-focused approach in helping students develop vital knowledge and skills required to successfully enter college or employment. Students are supported in developing an individual career path to help them track their progress during their educational and career journey.

To ensure a smooth transition into a post-secondary education institution or into the workforce, department team members guide students through an assortment of College and Career Readiness courses:

  • Pre-high school equivalency preparation in language arts and math
  • Pre-college courses:

Adult High School
English as a Second Language
High School Equivalency Test preparation

  • Career-focused courses:

Pathways to Careers
Project Search
Way to Work
Work and Learn
Working in America

Career awareness and work-related skills are integrated into all instruction to help students see the relevancy and application of what they are learning.

Programs include:

Adult English as a Second Language (including Working in America)
Adult High School Diploma
Career Development
GED or HiSET Preparation
Independence and Literacy Education for Adults with Disabilities (I-LEAD)
Pathways to Careers
Pre-High School Equivalency Preparation (including Way to Work
Work and Learn