What is the Open Doors program?
The Open Doors Re-Engagement Program at ESD 112 provides students an alternative pathway towards earning their GED or High School diploma, along with the opportunity to enhance personal skills in a variety of academic areas.
The Open Doors team works closely with students to ensure academic goals are being met, as well as assisting with career and college readiness skills. Our staff monitors each student’s progress regularly and adjusts lessons accordingly.
- GED preparation through the GED Pathway
- High school credits using digital curriculum for those participating in the Diploma Pathway program
- Flexible learning plans that students complete at their own pace
- Personalized support from knowledgeable staff
- Career and college readiness
- Direct referral to free counseling
Who qualifies for Open Doors?
To receive assistance, students must meet all the following criteria:
- Be at least 16 years of age but under 21 by September 1 of the current school year
- Be credit deficient
- Reside within the boundaries of one of the OSPI-approved Open Doors consortium member school districts