Linking Paths Because each path represents about three credits in addition to state requirements and covers state minimums, students may choose more than one path. And no, all who “wander between” are not lost! Students who wish to go on to four-year higher education, for example, will very much benefit from the preparation in the Academic Path, but may wish to explore their creative side (and build their portfolio) with an additional Arts Path. An entrepreneurial student who wishes to start their own business after high school, but wants skills in design, may choose the Skills and Arts paths.
Path Support In addition to drafting a learning plan that meets your path requirements, you may meet occasionally with other students on your path (your “path-mates”) and the path advisor to review progress, celebrate achievements, and brainstorm future endeavors. Students not yet on a path are classified as “exploring” and will work closely with their advisor to find the path that suits them best.