What Works Career Choices
Go with What Works: Career Choices & the 10-yearPlan

Bossier High School

Bossier City, LA
Bossier High School was recognized in 2010 as
one of Academic Innovations’ Bronze Medal Schools


 
  Career Choices teacher and Freshman Mentor Robin Nichols receiving Bossier High School's bronze medal from Olympic Gold Medalist Dain Blanton at Focus on Freshmen 2010.



Principal:  David Thrash
Number of Students at Bossier:  Approx. 670
Course Name:  Career Choices
Lead Teacher:  Robin Nichols
Total Number of Course Instructors: 1
Course Type:  Required Elective for all freshmen
Course Length:  1 year - 180 hours of instruction
Students Enrolled in Course:  Approx. 180
Funding Source for Course:  Tech Prep/Carl Perkins/School-to-Career funds, 8(g) Grant

“Last fall my classes were primarily our most ‘at risk’ students. Not sure what they had really gotten from the class, I began asking students toward the end of the semester what they had learned most. One student said, ‘Mrs. Nichols, I now know that I have a future that I didn't think was possible. This has changed my life.”

~Robin Nichols
Lead Teacher

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Focus on Freshmen Best Practices Video Footage

First Year Implementation of Freshman Transition with Career Choices

Presented by Robin Nichols
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