Worksite Learning

worksite learning


earn credit for working

Worksite Learning (WSL) is a wonderful learning experience for juniors and seniors that connects knowledge and skills obtained in the classroom to those needed in the work environment. If you are 16 or older, have taken or enrolled in a qualifying CTE class, and have a job and meet the requirements of the Worksite Learning program, you can receive one-half credit for every 180 hours you work.

In order to enroll in the program, you, your parent and your employer will need to complete the required forms. Once the packet is completed and returned, the student will begin documenting his/her work hours.

Download the Worksite Learning packet here

It is important that students remain current in updating their hours in order to receive the maximum amount of credit. Student performance will be evaluated every 180 hours.

Steps to earning high school credit through WSL

Step 1 - Worksite Learning
Step 2 - CTE course
Step 3 - Worksite Learning
Step 4 Worksite Learning
Step 5 Worksite Learning

You must be 16 or older

You must have taken or be enrolled in a qualifying CTE class Your job should align with your career interest and High School and Beyond Plan Complete and submit the Worksite Learning packet Once approved, earn 0.5 CTE credit for every 180 hours of work