SHCOE is the world’s first AdvancED/SACS accredited online school district, offering an instructional program that enables students to earn an 18-credit high school diploma and a credentialed career certificate in one online program. A division of Cengage Learning, ed2go is a leading provider of online courses for adult and continuing education students with over 2 million students enrolled in various courses.
Launched by SHCOE and ed2go in May of 2012, Bridge to Start program at Career Online High School provides a fast-track, AdvancED/SACS-accredited, online high school program that is specifically designed to re-engage students back into the educational system. The program allows students to earn the high school diploma required for entry into colleges and post-secondary career training institutions.
Through on-campus hybrid learning labs set up at Sullivan & Cogliano Training Centers, students will be able to take advantage of SHCOE’s innovative online education model while also immersing themselves in a campus-based learning experience. Sullivan & Cogliano Training Centers has three campuses located in Florida and Massachusetts.
“We are pleased to expand the program to Sullivan & Cogliano Training Centers” said Dr. Howard Liebman, CEO and Superintendent for SHCOE. “The program is a win-win for Sullivan & Cogliano Training Centers: students benefit from earning a diploma and career certificate, which positions them for enrollment in college, while Sullivan & Cogliano is able to identify a new audience of potential students for whom enrolling in their higher education programs was not previously an option.”
“The Bridge to Start high school program provides many students a terrific opportunity to expand the skills and education they need to succeed,” said Ron Stefanski, Chief Business Development Officer for Cengage Learning. “ed2go is extremely excited to partner with Sullivan & Cogliano Training Centers to deliver the Bridge to Start program, expanding opportunities for those needing a high school diploma to pursue their dreams of further education and career employment.”
Visit www.ed2golive.com/cohs for more detailed information about the Bridge to Start high school program for post-secondary institutions.