DEADLINE HAS CLOSED FOR PATHWAY APPLICATIONS FOR 2015-16.

You may still submit an application, but it will be placed on the waiting list.

Applications for 2016-17 will be available November 3, 2015 at 5 p.m.

 

Please be sure correct mailing and contact information is listed on the application.

Only submit this form once. If you should change your mind about attending a pathway or wish to select a different first or second choice, please call PUSD Pathways and make the request BEFORE the application deadline. (559)793-2437

Downloadable Application   Spanish Version

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Pathways Overview Video

Pathways Showcase Video

 

Senior Exit Survey

This survey is for all pathway seniors to take and submit prior to their graduation.  It is a brief (less than 2 minutes) survey to tell us your plans after high school.

Click Here To Take Survey


Our Pathway Exhibition was a great success! It was open to the public to view projects created by students throughout the school year, with the support of their teachers and business partners.

 

JUDGES - Click here for Pathway to the Future project judging form

6TH GRADERS! - Click here for Pathway to the Future survey form


 

The Linked Learning Approach used at our district-wide pathways transforms student’s high school experience by bringing together:

  • Challenging Academics
  • Technical Skills
  • Work-based Learning
  • Student Support

Through our Pathways (smaller learning communities), Linked Learning has become the engine to drive this high school reform.  It delivers what our high school students need:  academic preparation for college and career skills for success in the real world. Students are treated like adults and work as a team with teachers, businesses technical experts and mentors.  They study through the lens of a career theme that interests them, learning challenging academics blended with demanding technical skills, while getting real world experience.

“Pathways connect learning with students’ interests and job preparation lead to higher graduation rates increased postsecondary enrollments, higher earning potential and greater civic engagement.”

---Former California State Superintendent, Jack O’Connell

Click here to view videos of State Superintendant Tom Torlakson & Assemblymember Connie Conway