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OUR PROGRAMS
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CULINARY ARTS

This program is an added curriculum to state requirements, available to students to aid in expanding experience and helping in their career path. It is a hands-on work experience where students learn in a commercial kitchen.

LATEST NEWS
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  • Breakfast and Lunch Menus

    03 Dec 2016

    windover breakfast menu 2017 winter Lunch Week of 5-30-17  ...

  • Back-to-School with Breakfast

    03 Mar 2017

    As we welcome in the new school year, why not get off on the right foot by making school breakfast part of your child’s morning routine. A nutritious breakfast is served at 8:00 am every morning at Windover High S...

ABOUT WINDOVER
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Windover_SchoolPhotoAt Windover High School, we recognize, accept, and respect individual differences. We know a diploma opens the door to better jobs, the possibility of continuing education, and a brighter future. We also know some students have outside issues and circumstances that may interfere with school attendance and performance. Our staff of compassionate professionals offers each student the help and guidance he or she needs to address those issues and succeed in earning a high school diploma.

• Enrollment for grades 9th – 12th
• Academic Education & “Enterprise” Learning Opportunities Daily
• Small Classes, So Each Student Gets More Individual Help
• Students Succeed at Windover because We Offer
• Flexible Programs
• Smaller Class Sizes
• Later Start Time
• A Family Atmosphere
• Equal Treatment of All Students
• A Comfortable, Motivational Learning Environment
• Caring, Attentive Staff Members
• Weekly “Community Time”
• An atmosphere of Mutual Respect & Patience
• Free Transportation Using ETC

Our students and staff work together toward the common goal of an education that leads to a high school diploma. We know a diploma opens the door to better jobs, the possibility of continuing education, and a brighter future. We also know some students have outside issues and circumstances that may interfere with school attendance and performance. The staff at our alternative school offers each student the help and guidance he or she needs to address those issues and succeed in earning a high school diploma.

Request more information about our student-focused alternative high school by contacting us at (989) 832-0852 in Midland, Michigan.

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