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K-12 Student Success in Oshkosh Program

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Twenty-five students completed the Riverside alternative high school program, a collaborative effort between the Oshkosh School District and Fox Valley Technical College.

The program’s purpose is to expose students who are at least 16 years old and meet the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s definition of “at-risk” to education designed as a bridge to career pathways.

One of the benefits of completing the flexible program is acceptance to a technical college or university, in addition to potentially applying work-readiness skills while pursuing higher education.