Hear the stories of students and staff in the Alternative Diploma Program at the United Teen Equality Center.
The Alternative Diploma Program (ADP) is an innovative partnership between UTEC and the Lowell Public Schools that enables students who have left school or are at risk of dropping out to earn their high school diploma. With 32 students and 4 experienced and licensed teachers, ADP provides students with personal attention and a highly supportive learning environment. Upon completing their required academic courses and earning passing MCAS scores in English, Math, and Science, students receive their Lowell High School diploma.
By Cameron Zohoori