Form - For Documenting Your 100 Points
Each Journey....begins with a single step!
The GEDO #2 Program is an alternative education program for high school students who are at risk of not graduating from high school.
The following students qualities are considered before allowing enrollment in the GEDO #2 program:
- Past student behavior
- Ability to work in a self-paced environment
- Strong desire to earn a high school diploma
- At least 17 years of age
- One year behind peers in credits earned (15 credits or less)
- Demonstrate an ability to read at the 9th grade level or higher
- Participate in a formal meeting held prior to beginning the program
Requirements For Graduation:
Student must volunteer for the program. Contract is signed by the student, parent/guardian, GEDO #2 instructor, school counselor and an administrator.
- Attendance of 90% or better while enrolled in the GEDO #2 program
- Passing scores on each of the four GED tests. An average score of 600 is required, or 150+ on each test.
- Three credits in Civics or Civics course
- Health Credit or Health Course
- Participation in field trips, testing, service projects, wellness and career presentations.
- Employability Skills Course
- Career Research Paper
- Completion of the Senior Project
- In addition to passing the GED tests, the students must earn 100 points in additional course work.
If you are unsure if you or your child meets the basic enrollment requirements, or if you have any other questions, please contact Brenda Coartney, GEDO #2 Instructor at (262) 781-3500 ext.1220 or email@example.com.
Information from DPI on GEDO2: Click here.