Collegiate Model

Understanding the Collegiate Model

How does each component of the collegiate model prepare students of this generation for college, career, and life?

  1. Degree Attainment:

    As this year’s 9th graders reach their senior year, our goals are that 90% will complete an associate degree. Of that group, 80% will complete a bachelor’s degree and/or will earn a high-demand workforce certificate, and 70% will complete a postgraduate degree or certification. 

    All students in Hamlin have the opportunity to move forward with higher education, high wage/high demand jobs, and low or no college debt. 

    Watch the video below for more details.

2. Career Pathways:

 At Hamlin Collegiate, we prepare students for the future and for future careers.  Our students will be highly qualified, prepared, and marketable by the time they graduate. We have added the following career pathways:

  • Business Management
  • Healthcare Therapeutics
  • Animal Science
  • HVAC and Sheet Metal
  • Nursing Science
  • Welding
  • Teaching and Training
  • Drone
  • Robotics
  • Cyber Security and Programming
  • Software Development

    Each of these pathways requires a series of courses which prepare our students to pass an industry-based certification test. Graduate with work-based experience and a certification to prove it. 

3. AVID: 

Offering high level academic courses with no support can be a disaster for students who need help with organization, time management, planning, and homework. We use the AVID program as a “catch-all” to make sure our students are up-to-speed in their collegiate journey. For more details, check out the video below.