Individual Learning Plans
An Individual Learning Plan (ILP) is developed for each student to track and monitor individual student outcomes and progress. This plan serves as the “roadmap” to student progress and success. The ILP will include the following essential components: 1) Individual Graduation Plan, 2) Personal Goals Statement, 3) Foundational Skills Assessment and Growth, 4) Social/Personal Needs Intervention Plan, 5) Career Interests Inventory, and (6) Individual Postsecondary Transition Plan.
Beginning in the 9th grade, and accelerating in the 10th grade, students will be intensively fortified for success in dual enrollment courses. Students will be given a Post-secondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) to adequately assess the student’s academic skills in mathematics, reading, and writing through the delivery of three tests, one for each of these areas. The results of these tests are used to determine placement into appropriate college level courses.