After more than 30 years of innovative education tailored to support student success within a public high school, the Pathways Re-Entry program has concluded its groundbreaking career.
In 1988 the program was a visionary pilot, a collaboration between The Pathways Schools, The George Washington University, Prince George’s County Public Schools and the Maryland State Department of Education. Since opening the first co-located Type II program in the state of Maryland, Pathways enabled hundreds of students to take full advantage of the opportunities of a public schools while receiving individualized academic and therapeutic support. Due to its success, Pathways Re-Entry at DuVal was the model for Type II programs at Hyattsville Middle School and at Crossland and Friendly High Schools in southern Prince George’s County. Pathways has always had the flexibility to respond to the shifting needs of our students in different counties. After extensive deliberation and research, Pathways will adjust our focus to meeting the current demand and latest needs of our school and community based students.