AHS recruits students for College & Career Pathways program

June 18, 2019

College & Career Pathways, an AHS program that encourages students to take the lead in their individual learning is recruiting students to join their fall 2019-20 cohort.

Students who are interested in project-based learning with the opportunity to explore their chosen pathway through coursework and work-based learning experiences are encouraged to apply.

The program offers a unique learning experience with the following components:

  • Required high school courses
  • Pathway specific courses
  • Project Based Learning
  • Summer Bridge Program (August 2019)
  • Interactions with business professionals
  • Career and college readiness

The following programs are now accepting students:  
P-TECH Cyber Security
Interested in ROTC, national security or computer systems? With this six-year program, participating students will have the opportunity to acquire a Computer Networking and Cyber Security Associate’s Degree at no cost; they will complete the program in college after graduating from high school and will continue to receive District support at FMCC.

Pathway Education & Human Service
Geared toward students with an interest in social work, teaching, counseling, therapy, working with children or Psychology. Participants will graduate high school with work-based learning experiences and the potential to earn college credits. During their Junior year, students will get hands-on experience working with preschool students on campus or can choose to participate in the Careers in Education Pathway at the Career and Tech Center at HFM BOCES.

Pathway  Fine Arts
For students interested in Marching Band, theater, art or music. Participants will graduate high school with work-based learning experiences and the potential to earn college credits. During Junior year, students can choose to stay on AHS campus or can choose to participate in the Digital Multimedia Pathway at the Career and Tech Center at HFM BOCES, or attend the Entertainment tech Pathway at Mohonasen Center for Advanced Technology. Internships will be available.

Please fill out the interest form here to be considered. A limited number of spaces are available for each program. All students accepted into the program will be notified in August. Contact Al Mattice at amattice@gasd.org for more information.