According to Principal Joel Morgan, Woodridge High School focuses on Summit Education Initiative (SEI)’s “Three Es” concept from students’ freshmen classes through senior year. “As a district, we’ve embraced the concept,” he says. “We are making sure students have what they need to succeed.” Forward thinking has saturated Woodridge Local Schools, as the “Three Es” represent a common theme among all buildings. Read more in this post.
The second to last benchmark in Summit Education Initiative (SEI) Cradle to Career Pipeline is College and Career Readiness. Its goals are the following: 1. All students graduate from high school with a plan to be employed, enrolled or enlisted.; 2. All students who plan to attend college after high school will complete a FAFSA.; and 3. Increase the proportion of students who earn a “college ready” score on college placement tests. The group’s goal is for every student leaving high school to have a plan to become enrolled in college, enlisted in public service or employed in a job that leads to a career.