As soon as I stepped foot inside Pathways […] the atmosphere was relaxed and there was no tension between the teachers and the students. For the first time since I began high school I felt relaxed and did not feel as if I was forced to come to school. I felt invited.
The Pathways students felt like my class, the class I wanted to be a part of… the class I wanted to graduate with. They helped me realize that I was not alone in regards to struggling with school and they helped me realize that I was not alone in achieving at school.
The teachers here at Pathways are, I’m sure many of my fellow students would agree, the best teachers we’ve ever had. They helped me realize that school is something I can be successful at not something I can only struggle through.
I admire the care I feel from my Pathways teachers. The Pathways teachers were constructive in their sagely advice and placed emphasis on student independence as the real key to success.
Pathways helped me by actually talking to me about my academic career. The best part was that I got to meet a whole bunch of new people. By getting to know people from different life paths, I see more opportunities for myself.
The Pathways program has been a huge success for our students. The students leave for the camp not knowing each other, and they come back as best friends. This program motivates students to achieve their dreams and to not let anything keep them from reaching their goals.
The Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch has been a great experience for the growth and development of students. I have seen students make new friends, gain greater knowledge, and accomplish unexpected feats through collaboration with other students and staff! There’s no place like Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch!
College Tour is amazing; I would have never been able to visit all of these schools on my own.
Because of Pathways, I can feel the changes in my everyday life. I've become a better worker, I've been getting my schoolwork done on time, and I've become a better son to my parents. I'll never forget the people I met and the lessons I learned.