WAY offers online learning alternative to public school


Article from MLive.com:

WAY TO GO: WAY Program instructor Anne Hubscher, left, helps Grant Johnson, a 19-year-old student from Howell, with a geometry problem at the W-A-Y Program building in Howell in Livingston County in June. The WAY Program operates on a year-round basis. (Bridge photo/Lon Horwedel)

Jessica Cooper was so turned off by all the drugs and the social drama at her Livingston County high school that she finally dropped out during her junior year.

“You had to be popular, or in a specific group,” she explained. “It just made me want to be alone.”

Soon after she enrolled in the area’s alternative high school, she learned about yet another option: The WAY (Widening Advancements for Youth) Program would let her set her own schedule and work mostly from a computer at home.

Cooper, 19, amazed even herself by how quickly she progressed. On Aug. 1, she received her high school diploma.

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