Open Doors Program
Lincoln High School Open Doors Program
The Open Doors Program at Lincoln exists to help students who have become disengaged from high school for a variety of reasons.
Students receive a flexible schedule and one-on-one academic assistance to successfully earn a GED certificate or a high school diploma.
This free public school option provides free onsight pre-GED and GED testing. We are a Pearson Vue Authorized Test Center.
The program also includes job building skills including resume writing, help with employment applications, and interview skills.
Students can earn cerifications including a food handlers card and CPR certification.
Students who complete the program are able to participate in a graduation ceremony with their peers.
Qualifications for Open Doors
-11th grade to age 21 (must turn 21 prior to September 1, 2022)
-Credit deficient (at least one year behind your original graduating class)
Qualifications to Stay Enrolled in Program
-Attend school face-to-face or via Zoom a minimum of 2 hours per week.
-Complete work independently from home.
-Make academic progress earning a mimimum of .25 credit each month.
How to Register
-Contact Riki Wauchek at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-526-8505.
-Students can enroll any time during the year. We are open during the summer.