The Medford School District launched Pathways in the spring of 2016 as a way to expand opportunities for all students.
What is Pathways? Medford School District Pathways are an opportunity for all students to connect with and engage in the high school experience by choosing a four-course sequence in an area of their interest. Similar to a college major, students pursue an area of concentration in a pathway of their choice by taking classes they enjoy and becoming involved in a related a club, extra-curricular activity, and job shadow or career internship. Pathways help students prepare for their futures by exploring potential career paths and earning college credit and/or industry certification while still in high school.
What Pathways are offered at the Medford School District? Starting as early as the freshmen year, students will begin an area of concentration in one of the following Pathways: Academic, Career and Technical (CTE), Pre-Professional, or Visual and Performing Arts.