Career-Based Intervention is a one-year career-technical program designed to provide an individually guided setting for credit deficient students entering their second year of high school. It is designed to prepare the student for possible career-technical training or to return to the regular academic curriculum. Course content is designed to meet the needs of the individual student and to enable each to improve academically, to become more socially responsible, and to become economically productive.
The grade 12 Career-Based Intervention program is a career-technical education program designed to provide an individually guided setting for credit deficient students entering their fourth year of high school. This course will provide students with knowledge of traits deemed essential in the world of work. The program is geared to the students planning to enter the work force immediately following high school graduation. Students spend time in a job-related studies course and are released during laboratory time to work in an area of business or industry for a minimum of three hours per day. They earn graduation credit for the time spent in the classroom as well as on the job.