As a part of each student’s personalized learning experience at the High School, transition services begin preparing for life after high school during freshman year. Administrators and staff work with each student individually, along with their parents, to determine their interests, needs and dreams.
Some students plan for four-year or community college experiences, and others want to explore job training, internships, and life skills preparation. Miriam High School’s unique programming is designed to support both types of these learners and set students up for success in their post-secondary endeavors. Our curriculum includes an Experiential Learning Program that provides real-life experiences - outside of the school building - integrated into the curriculum.