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Pathways High School

The mission of the Maple Valley Pathways High School is, in cooperation with the home and community, to promote lifelong learning.

Believing that all students can learn, we will provide equitable education opportunities, encourage students to reach their potential, and prepare students to be effective, responsible citizens in a changing society.

The emphasis in the Pathways High School is on development and transition of the student from “teen to adult” or to a more “productive adult”. Decision-making, study techniques, behavior management, and personal growth are stressed. Our learning center format allows for individualized instruction and carefully monitored student progress. Teacher and other staff make every possible effort to be sensitive to the personal issues of the students. The staff strives to build a trusting relationship in order to help students toward attaining their educational goals.

Completing your education is one of the best things you can do to improve your future life. The diploma opens up many doors of opportunity that non-graduates will not have. Even if it takes several years to finish your high school education, the time you spend here is well invested. We encourage you to make a personal commitment to see it through to the end.

 

Welcome Back!

School will be starting back up again soon.  The first day will be August 21.  School starts at 7:55 am and ends at 2:55 pm.  We look forward to welcoming back many of you from last year and meeting and welcoming new students to our school!  We are looking forward to seeing everyone one Monday, August 21!

 

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Student Flu Clinics

Health Heroes will be coming to Maple Valley on October 25, 2017 to vaccinate students In all buildings (including Little Lions) for the flu.  IIV-4 Flu shots will be used. In order to have your child vaccinated, parents must fill out and sign the consent form that is being sent home with students closer to that date. If you have questions, please contact Cheryl Sheridan, District Nurse, at  517.852.9275 x2010 or by email at csheridan@mvs.k12.mi.us.