NuPaths Transitions High School Programs to Online Learning
In accordance with Governor Wolf’s and the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s continuity of education directive, along with collaboration with individual school partners, NuPaths has transitioned our NuPaths in the High School programs to online learning.
Students attending Cumberland Valley High School (CVHS) in Mechanicsburg, enrolled in the NuPaths Technical and Security Assistant program and students attending Manheim Township High School (MTHS) in Lancaster, enrolled in the NuPaths Digital Marketing Assistant program will continue courses with online activities by accessing course resources and assignments in NuPaths’ learning management system. NuPaths’ instructors and high school teachers assigned to the program will also provide students with feedback and guidance through online communication. Students at CVHS will also have the option of two live, online instructor-led sessions each week.
The adjustment to the formats and the course schedules will allow students to remain on track for completion of the NuPaths program as part of their high school curriculum. Students will also be able to take the IT certification exams from CompTIA, Microsoft and Google as scheduled, due to the certification providers offering online exam proctoring options, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. High School students can earn up to 6 industry-recognized certifications and up to 7 college credits by completing a NuPaths in the High School program. For information about our high school programs, click here.