Pathways to the Future is an alternative high school program offered by Lake Land College in cooperation with the Regional Office of Education #11 in Charleston as well as the Regional Office of Education #3 in Effingham. Pathways serves the student population of Lake Land College’s district between ages 15 and 21 who have dropped out or are at-risk of dropping out of high school. The program includes high school transfer credit courses, high school credit recovery, High School Equivalence (HSE), job-seeking and job-keeping skills. Pathways has five classrooms sites located in Effingham, Shelbyville, Mattoon (2), and Casey.
Students enrolled at Pathways will be given the opportunity to participate in dual credit and co-enrollment classes. These classes are offered at Lake Land College facilities at no cost to the student. Students participating in these programs will have the opportunity to complete college course work as a part of their high school studies.
Our Effingham program site is located at the Kluthe Center, 1204 Network Center Blvd. Rm. 204.
Our Mattoon program is located at the Workforce Development Center on the main Lake Land College campus, 5001 Lake Land Blvd. We have two classroom locations: one in Mattoon at the First Presbyterian Church, and the other in the Field House at the main campus.
Our Shelbyville program site is located behind Moulton Middle School at 1001 W. N. 6th St. in the former Special Education trailers.
Our Casey program site is located at the old Roosevelt School, 401 E. Main St., Rm. 102.