College and Career Readiness

Twin Valley School District has developed career pathways with suggested programs of study to assist students as they choose courses from the extensive course selection book of over 185 selections. The Twin Valley High School vision includes students entering high school with a career goal and career plan in mind. School Counselors will meet with students yearly to map out course selection in areas of interest. Students may choose electives from any pathway but for those interested in a more focused approach to course selection, the pathways serve as a guide in decision making. Link here to view the TVHS Program of Studies.

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Here are some more interesting documents about College and Career Readiness at TVSD.
TVSD College and Career Advisory Council May 2016 FINAL.pdf
Advisory Board Oct. 27, 2016.pptx
TVSD Chap 339 Plan June 2016 FINAL.pdf

Berks County Career Pathways Framework
TVSD participates in the Berks County Career Pathways. Click here for a video describing this important initiative.

Dual Enrollment Options at TVHS
Twin Valley High School partners with Reading Area Community College, PSU Berks,  Albright University and and Delaware County Community College to offer dual enrollment courses. 

Thaddeus Stevens College 
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology in Lancaster, PA is offering an Early Enrollment Program for high school seniors. Students can complete their senior year of high school and their first year of college concurrently through this program. Financial aid is available. 

Berks Career and Technical Center operates as a school of choice, designed for students who are seeking to enhance their educational program with a highly relevant career and technical experience that is connected directly to the real world of business and technology. 

Students in grades 11 and 12 interested in any of the TVHS Career Pathways can gain experience in a particular career area. Students are assigned to a workplace environment for 1 or more blocks each day to complete their internship for academic credit.