An alternative to the Harwood curriculum

Harwood students who choose to utilize the Harwood Community Learning Center (HCLC) master skills that most students are still struggling with well into their college years.Across the road from Harwood Union High School and tucked back into the woods lies the Harwood Community Learning Center. The building is as unassuming as the students are. On Tuesday, in a small group, they were discussing how older generations perceive millennials.Harwood Community Learning Center class with teachers Paul Kramor and Alex Rawson. Photo: Chris KeatingThe HCLC is one of Hardwood’s four flexible pathways to graduation. With the introduction of Act 77 in 2013, the state mandates that schools have flexible pathways to graduation; however, the HCLC was established in 2000.The HCLC is an alternative to the mainstream high school curriculum that Harwood offers…


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