The REACH Program (Responsible Educational Alternative for Conard and Hall) is an alternative designed for students who are not experiencing success in the larger high school environment.  With an emphasis on dropout prevention, the REACH Program has been highly successful in graduating those students who have become disinterested with school. Students who struggle with attendance, academic or social issues are able to apply for admission after completing their 9th grade year. The program is limited to 40 students. Smaller class size, differentiated instruction, social work support and increased collaboration between parents and staff contribute to a positive relational learning environment, which helps to foster student success. In addition, the sequenced career exploration curriculum encourages both academic and professional skill development while providing students with an internship experience in their senior year. See your school counselor if interested.