Graduation and Promotion Requirements
The September 29, 2005 Promotion and Graduation Policy (pdf) provides information on the requirements that must be met by students to be promoted and grade 12 students to graduate. These requirements include passing major subjects and completion of a project. This policy will remain in effect until a new policy is issued.
Although students do no participate in graduations services here at the Youth Study Center School, all coursework follows the School District required curriculum guidelines and academic progress is forwarded to the student’s Home School upon request.
Please click on the link for a more detailed explanation of the district’s promotion and graduation policy.
After-school and Saturday activities are available for enrichment: Students are given the opportunity to participate in a variety of programs.
Post High School Resources
The World Wide Web hosts a multitude of sites that provides college and career information. The sites listed here are just a sample of what is available. Through this page you are able to link to other websites, which are not under the control of The Philadelphia Juvenile Justice Center School. We have no control over the nature, content and availability of these sites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them. Use them as a starting point in your Post High School exploration.
This is a website that summarizes & provides links to sites that they believe may contain information of value to college bound students.
Joining the Military is a big decision, and one we hope will inspire discussion among family, friends and trusted advisors. While not meant as a source of current military news (you can find that at www.defense.gov), the information on “Inspired to Serve” will help you carefully weigh the opportunities and benefits service has to offer.
As the world continues to embrace technology, one thing should become very clear to you: technical studies will prove increasingly vital to your career. Get information on Technical Studies, Education and Careers here.
Not sure of what you want to do or how to go about it? Visit one of the following sites for career assessment, mentor-ship and more.