Our mission, in partnership with students and families, is to set high expectations and to instill the desire in students to pursue the knowledge and life skills necessary to achieve personal and professional success and to become contributing members of society. Mecklenburg County Public Schools offers an alternative school program to assist students who are unable to complete their education in a traditional manner in the public school setting. Students referred to the alternative school will continue their academic classes using Gradpoint. Gradpoint is a computerized, web-based curriculum that meets the Virginia Standards of Learning.

 

The Secondary GED preparation program is an option for students 18 years of age and younger who require a nontraditional program because they are academically at-risk and/or a potential dropout. This program is designed to provide students with the academic knowledge necessary to pass the GED test.

 

For more information on these programs, contact:

Mrs. Sandra Wingler-Jones

swingler-jones@mcpsweb.org

434-738-6111