Welcome to Alternative Education Programs
(CE)2 Community Experiences for Career Education
is a career-based alternative education program available for students who have earned a minimum of 10 credits and are 16 years and older.
An interested student must apply through a counselor, be interviewed by (CE)2 teacher,s and pass a urinalysis to be admitted into the program.
Students are placed on an individual study plan based on the credits they need for graduation. Elective credit is earned by working at the 50 Tualatin businesses that have been recruited to work with the (CE)2 program.
Students attend a job-site approximately three hours daily, four mornings a week, and are in class working on academics one day a week. There is always homework in (CE)2. A full time (CE)2 student attends the program from 8:05 a.m. to 12:55 p.m. Applications are available from the counseling office. Although students will receive a standard high school diploma if they meet credit and essential skills requirements, they will not be qualified for admissions to a 4-year university because they will receive Pass/Fail grades instead of letter grades. They will need to go to a community college first and complete general education requirements prior to a transfer to a 4-year college or university