Holyoke Public Schools Expand its Pathway to Success Program Text Size

The Holyoke Public Schools will expand its Pathways to Success Program, an alternative route to graduation for students who did not succeed in a mainstream high school environment.

This program has typically consisted of credit recovery opportunities during after school hours. Through a collaboration with the Holyoke Boys and Girls Club, the Holyoke Public Schools will be able to offer an even broader range of opportunities, including credit recovery through online learning programs. Students will also be able to take accelerated classes with a regular classroom teacher. Students will receive the mental and emotional support they need in the form of expanded counseling and coaching.

The Pathways to Success Program is for:

-people who have dropped out recently and are younger than 22 years old

-students who are over-aged and under-credited

-teenage mothers/students who want to receive their diploma/certificate of achievement

-students who have dropped out and want to earn credit to reenter the Holyoke Public Schools


To learn more about the Pathways to Success program, visit the Holyoke Public Schools website here. For questions about eligibility, contact program coordinator Frederick Andujar at

Posted on November 23, 2015 by