At Method Schools, your student will not only have the flexibility of independent education, but they will also receive valuable insight from our counseling team who are up to date with researched-based, top outlets in education. Our counselors provide exceptional support toward the preparation of; applications to Universities, FAFSA, guidance on scholarships, career decisions, campus tours, monthly workshops, monthly newsletter, and building a portfolio to a higher student success rate past high school.
The YouScience platform offers a complete solution. We use performance measures of aptitudes to uncover students’ natural talents, match them to careers, and give them personalized feedback on how their abilities can be utilized in school, work, and in their daily lives. We also help administrators understand how their students’ abilities align to certifications and pathways –
The WEE program is an integrated educational process that: (1) helps students to choose a career path based on their interests and aptitudes; (2) prepares them for college and career success; and (3) allows students to learn to work with others in ways that are successful and rewarding. The WEE program connects inputs from teachers, counselors, students, parents, and employers to achieve the following purposes: The overarching goal is to build and sustain robust partnerships between employers, schools, and community colleges to better prepare students for the 21st-century workplace and improve student transition into postsecondary education, training, and employment." Career Readiness Initiative 2015 - Initiatives & Programs (CA Dept of Education)
The ELP Experience is either a year-long program, or you can take just one of the courses.
Studentsstudy entrepreneurial leadership, strategy, and culture through the 5-Credit Entrepreneurial Course and 5-Credit Leadership Action and Vision Course.
Do you want to earn college credit while in high school?
Dual or Concurrent enrollment provides opportunities for high school students to take college courses and earn college credit, which is an important way to expand educational opportunities, improve economic mobility, and meet California’s workforce needs. State leaders have recently increased support for dual enrollment, and the COVID-19 pandemic has fueled a surge in participation across the country.
EWEE/WEE offers an opportunity to sustain and Strengthen partnerships with professional businesses and Academies that promote and increase career exploration. High school students will have opportunities to build on their vision, skills, education, and reach experience while obtaining goals. They have the opportunity to test their values and interests with Rigour, Critical Thinking, and Teamwork. Students will build skills, networking, and a bridge to jump-start their future careers.
Greetings Community Partners, Thank you for thinking of Method School's students! Cooperative Work Experience Education is an essential component of the education and training that students receive at Method.
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