The CCTI Alternative High School Diploma Program offers a chance for individuals to earn a high school diploma at a self-guided pace; morning and/or evening sessions. Students graduate when they have met the requirements.
- Students may enter at any time of the year attend classes on a flexible schedule while holding a job; 15+hours per week.
- Academics: 15 hours per week.
- Students entering the program take a placement test to determine their current abilities in areas of reading, math, and language.
- The Carbon Alternative High School Diploma Program utilizes PA Chapter 4 aligned outcome-based competency developed curriculum. Students proceed at their own pace using assigned books and other materials as well as computer assisted instruction. Once a student completes a course, he/she moves on to the next course until all courses have been successfully completed.
- Student’s grades are based on completed assignments, test scores, and a final exam for each course.
- Co-op: 15+ hours a week
- Approved work site, supervised position and workman’s compensation insurance required.
Working Students may enroll for their academic portion at either of the following times:
9:00 a.m. – 12 noon or 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Credit recovery gives high school students who have failed a class the opportunity to redo coursework or retake a course through alternate means—and thereby avoid failure and earn academic credit. With an open rolling enrollment, credit recovery in most cases start in CCTI’s summer-school programs, but students can enroll throughout the year. This gives Carbon County H.S. students the ability to recover credit from courses they have failed during the regular school year. Click here for more information.
Applications for Alternative Education or Credit Recovery are available by contacting:
Francine Kluck, Program Coordinator
570-325-3682 ext 1517
Angie Yaich, Instructor
570-325-3682 ext 1162