Network Alternative

Program Overview

The Network Program is an innovative alternative high school program. Students that are referred to the Network Program have a history of academic, social and emotional barriers to school achievement. Despite personal and academic issues, students are referred to the Network because of their desire to earn a high school diploma and overcome the obstacles that have gotten in their way of achieving that goal. In addition students are given the opportunity to explore college level courses in preparation for post-secondary avenues.

Students attending the program are members of Attleboro High School and have the opportunity to participate in activities at both the Network and the main high school campus.

The Network Program is a true “learning community”.  The program strives to keep abreast of  educational research and “best practice” in education reform, through evaluation make data-based decisions that improve teaching and learning, create community partnerships, and engage in on-going dialogue with all stakeholders. The Network is a educational program designed for students that

  • have a desire to earn a high school diploma
  • have been unsuccessful in previous educational settings,
  • have experienced significant barriers to learning, and
  • have been referred to the program by a team of educational specialists. 

Speech and language,  reading instruction, and tutoring are provided by support staff as indicated by students’ I.E.P.’s

Timothy Richmond - Director of Program   508-223-1549


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