Work Study

Career education should start at the earliest levels.  At the secondary level, it should incorporate career exploration, career guidance, and vocational training opportunities. (SB Policy IHAQ)

Students enrolled in work-study may receive both pay and school credit for work experience. The purpose of the work-study program is to provide a student with the opportunity to earn .50 elective credit for every 80 hours that a student has worked.

A written contract approved by the student, his parents or guardians, the work-study coordinator and the employer is required. Students must document all hours worked and submit to the work-study coordinator.
 (SB Policy IHAIA)

Please see the high school counselor for additional information.