Young Adult Program

District 214 offers a specialized evening program, located at the Forest View Educational Center (FVEC), designed to help young adults earn their high school diploma.  The Young Adult Program (YAP) offers classes that run either Monday and Wednesday or Tuesday and Thursday.  There are two classes each evening that start at 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

This program is designed for students who are not able to attend day school and need to complete their high school requirements in the evening.   In addition, YAP offers credit recovery for students who are currently enrolled in a District 214 day school.   With the permission of their parents, guidance counselor, school administration and the YAP Coordinator,  this program allows students to enroll in a limited number of classes to recover credits from previous courses not completed successfully.

In order to take classes at YAP, students:

  • must be living within the attendance boundaries of High School District 214.
  • must be enrolled at their District 214 home school.
  • must be at least 16 years of age and have a minimum of 10 credits if attending YAP only. 
  • must be 15 years of age with no credit minimum if attending day school and YAP.

NOTE:  Students must earn a minimum of 2.75 District 214 credits and enroll in District 214 as a full-time student for at least one semester in order to receive a District 214 diploma.

For students attending day school and YAP, one-way transportation is available from the student’s home school to FVEC at the end of the school day.  The District does not provide transportation home from YAP.

 

Young Adult Program
Forest View Educational Center – 
2121 S. Goebbert Rd., Building A
Arlington Heights, IL 60005

Coordinator: Dan Williams, 847-718-7909 | dan.williams@d214.org
Assistant: Deb Hogan, 874-718-7908 | deb.hogan@d214.org