Adult Education

Pathways...Partners in Education

The MISSION of the Pathways Partnership is to empower a diverse body of students to achieve their educational goals. We are committed to providing a fresh start to individuals who have left the traditional school environment. The individual needs of each student (academic, emotional, and social) shall be addressed to assist them in becoming motivated and responsible members of society.

The goals of Pathways include:

  1. Empowering and encouraging students to be lifelong learners.
  2. Preparing students to interact with the real world in an effective manner.
  3. Assisting students in overcoming personal barriers to success.
  4. Utilizing engaging learning methods to create fun and positive learning environment.
  5. Improving students' self-concept and academic performance.

Adult Education

Students 20 years of age or older are eligible to enroll in the Pathways Adult Education which includes high school completion, GED preparation, and ABE/Literacy support. Those adults whose evaluations indicate are working at a 9th grade academic level are eligible for high school completion or GED preparation options. Adults working at less than a 9th grade level receive individual tutoring to brush up on skills until ready for high school completion or GED preparation work. Students with a GED or high school diploma who are in need of literacy support or remediation are also eligible to enroll. To enroll, all adult students must obtain a referral to Pathways from Corunna or Owosso High School. In addition, adult students must have their high school transcripts, birth certificate, and social security card. There is a registration fee of $100 due upon enrollment. Adults work in a self-paced lab which is open from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

Pathways...Partners in Education

BAKER COLLEGE OF OWOSSO IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CORUNNA AND OWOSSO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

For more information about Pathways, contact Karen Wagner at (989) 729-3620 or karen.wagner@baker.edu.

 

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