Pathways In Education

Basic Information

Address: 2226 N 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85006
County: Maricopa County
Phone Number: (602) 626-7057

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Additional Information

Principal: George Barnes
School Type: Public Charter School
Ages/Grades: 9-12
Admissions Deadline: Open enrollment throughout the year
School History:

Pathways In Education is a small non-profit charter school in Phoenix dedicated to serving the local community and supporting at-risk and underserved students. We began our story in 2002, leading students on communication and leadership focused camps in the California wilderness. In 2006, we opened our first school in Chicago and in 2010 we bought our first property dedicated to learning outside the classroom. Today we have eight schools in four states, a 240 acre organic farm in Northern California, and a dude-ranch in the Colorado Rockies. We opened our first location in Phoenix in August 2016. Thanks to the support of students, parents, staff, and countless community partners, we know our story has only just begun.

Notes/School Information:

Program Features:

Blended Learning

A combination of direct small group instruction, guided independent study, online classes, and experiential learning to ensure success for all students.

Online Learning

Students have the choice to take their course completely online, allowing them maximum flexibility with their schedule.

College Readiness

Scholarship and financial aid workshops, student advisors, and college tours prepare students for post-secondary education.

Flexibility

Offering personalized schedules that balance academics with personal and professional responsibilities.

One-on-One Support

Pathways' staff provides individual guidance, supporting students both personally and academically, including free tutoring in core subjects.

Special Education

Counseling and special education services help every student get the attention they need.

Empathy-Based Discipline

When students require behavioral-based intervention, teachers place emphasis on empathy rather than punitive or dismissive practices.

Continuous Enrollment

Students can enroll virtually any weekday of the year; there is no need to wait for the beginning of the semester.