Principals Visit Homes of Seniors who Missed the Mark to Introduce PACE Program

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PACE High School Principal Tijuana Hudson and several other administrators hit the streets last Thursday to bring back seniors who are close to graduating but haven't re-enrolled this school year. 

They knocked on doors across the district in an effort to reach around 25 students identified as candidates to successfully earn their diploma. Not every address led to a missing student, but family members were given information about PACE High School’s programs.

The district's alternative education high school of choice offers in-person instruction, as well an accelerated, online curriculum students can access 24 hours a day. Students can work at their own speed and PACE offers five graduation dates throughout the school year.

To enroll, students can visit the campus at 502 E. Freeman St. or apply online .