Teacher: Doris Holderby
Work Based Learning
Students will be employed in a local business for work-based experience in a position related to the student’s career objective. The WBL course will also assist students in updating career portfolios and understanding workplace ethics. Students must have had two courses in one career pathway related to student’s career goals to participate in the Work-Based Learning Program.
Students accepted into the Work-Based Learning Program will leave school early each day in order to go to the workplace. One and two block placements are available.
Students are required to work a minimum of 140 hours per semester to earn credit for work based learning. Work-based applications are accepted each spring for the following school year.