Pathways to Education

 

Developed by Regent Park Community Health Centre in 2001, Pathways to Education is an innovative program that supports youth so that they will successfully complete high school, continue on to post-secondary programs and become actively engaged in their career development. Pathways addresses the systemic barriers to education by providing leadership, expertise and a community-based program that works to increase academic retention, attainment and success for high school students.

 

 

Planting the Seed for Success

 


Learn more at Pathways to Education’s website

Programs

Academic

Tutoring in five core subjects provides a safe, social learning environment for students Mon- Thurs.

Financial

Bus tickets tied to school attendance and program participation. Pathways to Education Scholarship held in trust until graduation and distributed directly to the accredited post secondary institution upon proof of acceptance.

 

Social

Group Mentoring for grades 9 and 10, Specialty and Career Mentoring for grades 11 and 12 provides a venue for student to observe and become leaders, and explore the academic and professional opportunities that exist for them.

 

Advocacy

Student Parent Support Workers assist in building stable relationships between student, parents and school staff by monitoring attendance, problem solving with school administration and teachers.