Flexible Pathways @ WUHS

Woodstock Union High School offers various courses, programs, and learning opportunities on site and outside of the school that allow students to demonstrate achievement toward the Woodstock graduation requirements. Students may also design their own learning opportunities toward graduation as long as they meet the criteria for graduation.  Talk to your counselor to learn more.  You can also learn more about Vermont's Act 77 on the AOE website.

Community Service

Credits Awarded: 30 hours = ¼ credit


Eligibility Requirements:
Grades 9-12

Description: Students can participate in 30 documented hours of community service and earn 1/4 credit toward graduation. Service can take place either on or off

Dartmouth Special Community Student Program

Credits Awarded: Students may earn .5 credit for each semester long 3 or 4 credit course.

Eligibility Requirements: Juniors (during the winter and spring terms) and Seniors (during fall, winter, and spring terms) are eligible. Students must remain in good academic standing with their high school as well as the college they are attending. Each student is responsible for speaking with the professor of the Dartmouth course they intend to take and obtaining his or her signature on the application.

Description: Dartmouth College's Special Community Student High School Program is open to seniors (during fall, winter, and spring

Vermont Dual Enrollment

Credits Awarded: Students can earn ½ credit for a 3 or 4 credit Dual Enrollment course.


Eligibility Requirements:
Students must be in good academic standing, as well as meet grade level credit requirements. Students must be a Junior or Senior in order to take advantage of the Dual Enrollment voucher. A student may take the courses anytime during the summer before their junior year through the spring of their senior year. This opportunity is not available for students during the summer after their senior year once they have graduated from high school.

Description: This program serves to introduce students to college level coursework before they complete high school, applies college coursework

Vermont's Early College Program (ECP)

Credits Awarded: Students may earn .5 credit for each semester long 3 or 4 credit course.

Eligibility Requirements: Junior students who will achieve senior status may consider taking their senior year at a state college or community college. Students must also be in good academic standing, as well as meet grade level credit requirements.


Description:
Students who will achieve their senior status may complete their senior year at a state college or community college. In some cases,

Hartford Area Career and Technology Center (HACTC)

Credits Awarded:

Sophomore Year: 3 (1 Art, 1 English, 1 Math)

Junior Year: 3 (3 Elective)

Senior Year: 3 (2 Elective, 1 Embedded Credit)

Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing, as well as meet grade level credit requirements.


Description:
Incoming juniors or seniors are eligible to register for the following courses offered at the Hartford Area Career & Technology Center (HACTC). For all HACTC courses, students must complete a separate HACTC Application and visit programs of interest in order to be considered

Independent Study

Credits Awarded: For a mirrored course, credits are equivalent to existing course. For a non-mirrored course, credit is awarded based on discretion of teacher of record.

Eligibility Requirements: Grades 9-12. Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 5 courses. Student and teacher develop and submit a program outline for administrator approval.

 

Description Independent Study exists in all academic areas. This opportunity is provided for students who have the ability to function independently

Online Learning: The VHS Collaborative (Virtual High School)

Credits Awarded: Levels and credits vary according to course(s) chosen.

Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic standing. Students eligible including Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior students.

Description: Woodstock Union High School offers the opportunity to take courses online for up to 25 students each semester through the VHS Collaborative (VHS). VHS is a non-profit consortium of schools that offer over 300 full-year and semester online courses in Arts, Business,

Study Abroad

Credits Awarded: Varies

Eligibility Requirements: Students must be in good academic and behavioral standing. There are other requirements within each opportunity.

 

Description: There are a variety of opportunities for Study Abroad for our students at WUHS. Students would be best to schedule an appointment with their counselor to discuss these various Study Abroad opportunities.

SWEP (Supervised Work Experience Program)

Credits Awarded: Credits are awarded based on hours worked up to three credits. Three hundred hours of work equal one credit. Credit will be awarded on an annual basis unless prior arrangements have been made with the SWEP coordinator.

 

Eligibility Requirements: Grades 11 and 12

 

Description: The Supervised Work Experience Program is designed for juniors and seniors who will benefit from a program which combines academic education with actual work experience. SWEP permits students to elect work situations as part of their regular school program. The

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