Carsonville - Port Sanilac
Academy of Alternative Learning
Now enrolling for Fall classes
Who - If you are between 15-20 and have one of the following needs:
*Looking to graduate
*Behind in present program
*Have child care needs
*Employment/school schedule conflicts
*Have difficulty maintaining regular attendance due to health concerns
Why - CPS AAL is the best choice?
* Flexible Schedule
*Emphasis on individual needs
* Help to build self-confidence
*Develop basic skills
* Work/Study program
*Free/reduced breakfast and lunch programs
*Career Center classes available
*Regular school graduation available
*Regular high school diploma available
*Web based program
*Dual enrollment opportunities
WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED IN THE ACADEMY!!!!!
COME JOIN US!!!!!
The Alternative Education program is designed to provide an alternative education opportunity for students who did not find the traditional high school structure conducive to allowing for success in the completion of their high school credits.
AAL students can enroll in the Sanilac Career Center Programs that may be of interest for future employment.
Location and Hours of Operation
The CPS-AAL Center is located at the North end of the parking lot of the Carsonville - Port Sanilac High School, 100 N. Goetze Road, Carsonville. Hours open are 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday. Holidays and snow days follow the Carsonville - Port Sanilac School District schedule. After school appointments can be made with Mr. Clark. An appointment can be scheduled by calling (810) 657-9394 ext. 170, or (810) 657-9394 ext. 100.
Registration packets may be picked up at the AAL Site or the Carsonville - Port Sanilac High School Office. To request that a packet be mailed to you, please contact Tammy Wagester, Secretary at 810-657-9394 ext. 100.
Principal - Russell Clark
Head Teacher - Albert Lowry
Program Teacher - Jackie Houle
Secretary - Tammy Wagester
In order to ensure satisfactory progress in the Academy, students must:
• Maintain a minimum of 25 hours of working class-time per week
• Complete all required assignments and maintain a "C" or better average grade.
• Complete all mid-term and final exams with a minimum grade of "C" or better average in each subject.
• Behavior appropriate for a classroom (respecting other student's right to a quiet study environment).
All conditions above must be met for a student to maintain their enrollment in the program. If any student fails to meet the conditions of satisfactory progress, both student and parent(s) will be notified that the student is on probationary status for the following grading period. Should the student not correct the condition within the next grading period, it will be assumed that the parent and student have withdrawn voluntarily from the program.
|10/11/2008||I would encourage any parent of a struggling highschool student to explore CPS Alternative Education. This is a great program run by great people with the most amazing students. I graduated from this program in 2006 and received my Associates Degree in Business Management with a minor in Business Law. I am now employed as an Administrative Legal Assistant and love every minute of my career. Without this program and Mrs. Long I wouldn't be where I am today. Thanks again Mrs. Long!!! I owe it all to you!!!!||Caroline Hogston Carriemay123@hotmail.com Carsonville, Michigan Administrative Legal Assistant|