Personalized Pathway Requirements (PPR)
Personalized Pathway Requirements (PPR) are related courses that lead to a specific post high school career or educational outcome chosen by the student. This is based on the student’s interests and their High School and Beyond Plan, which may include Career and Technical Education and are intended to provide a focus for the student’s learning.
Students may use a PPR class for 1 of 2 required Art Credits and/or up to 2 credits of the World Language requirement. Students may choose alternative classes based on their career interest. For example, a student who is interested in Computer Science as a career may take Programming or Computer Science coursework instead of the second credit of art. Or, a student who is interested in a technical college program may take a WANIC coursework instead of 2 credits of World Language.
This Personal Pathway is to ensure that students are on a path to a secondary plan that suits them best. That does not mean a traditional 4-year university for all students. Please talk to your counselor if you have questions about your Personal Pathway options.
Please submit the PPR form to your counselor.
- Counselor Guidance Lessons
- Course Registration & Graduation Planning
- College & Career Center
- College Planning
- High School and Beyond Plan
- Mental Health Resources
- Community Service
- Outside Learning
- Personalized Pathway Requirements (PPR)
- Adding or Removing Middle School Courses
- Running Start
- Testing Information
- Scholarship Information