The IMPACT Program (formerly called Second Chance) is a credit recovery program for students 16-18 years of age who are at least one year behind in high school credits. Students take courses on a fast-track schedule, which allows them to capture credits every 10 weeks and move at a faster pace than traditional high schools.
The IMPACT Program meets Monday through Friday generally from 3:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. (Times may vary per school) Students receive free meals, bus cards, and supplies. The program is offered at no cost. The IMPACT program is a good fit for students who work during the day and/or need an alternate and flexible learning environment.
- East English Village Preparatory Academy
- Western International High School
- Osborn High School
- West Side Academy
Where to Enroll
Students who meet the criteria are strongly encouraged to register with their high school counselor. They may also visit the desired school to enroll.
16-18 years old
- Original birth certificate
- Current immunization record
- Proof of Wayne County residency
- Parent/Guardian photo ID, unless student is 18
- High School Transcript
No cost to students.
Bus cards provided.