The Essential Skills Achievement Pathway (ESAP) Program is an opportunity for students to earn a high school diploma that prepares them for a post-secondary education, apprenticeship or the world of work. The program consists of personalized learning opportunities that allow students to explore their skills, talents, abilities and interests while intentionally attaining the 9 federally identified Essential Skills. Proficiency in these skills are demonstrated and evaluated through problem and project based learning in the essential skills classroom, content specific courses, community experiential learning and work place opportunities. The ESAP program prepares students for the current skills based economy as well as future work, learning and life.
For more information, please contact the Education center in your area or your local high school.