Out of School Time students participated in academic and social enrichment activities after school and during school vacation to ensure that they develop the academic, social and emotional skills to succeed in school. This year, 98% of Out of School students were promoted to the next grade level on time.
In the Middle School program students who had previously been unable to complete their education due to delinquency or adverse conditions developed the skills to successfully transition back into high school. In FY11, 76.5% of Middle School students passed the English Language Arts test of the MCAS.
Teens in the Adolescent Development program received academic support during the evenings and weekends to ensure their academic proficiency in core subject areas and to increase their long-term investment in school. This year, 64% of Adolescent Development seniors enrolled in college.
The College Prep program offered youth who have already dropped out of school the opportunity to reengage with their education, attain their GED and prepare for success in college. This year, 96% of College Prep students reported an improved sense of self.
The Adult Education program supported the economic self-sufficiency of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students by increasing the number of adults who are on-track to college. This academic year, 52% of ESOL students transitioned to the next course level.
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