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Welcome to Choices

Choices Educational Center provides individualized education for K-12 students who are not thriving or experiencing success in a traditional setting. Choices provides alternative programs to meet the needs of each student based on innovative paths, digital learning and other alternative means. The goal is to provide rich and challenging learning environments that promote high levels of student engagement, achievement and success.  

Choices Educational Center is dedicated to academic excellence, curricular innovation, parental support and community involvement. Students learn how to learn and be productive, as well as how to get along with peers and adults. 

Mid Year Grads Receive Diplomas
Congratulations to Lakin Copeland, Jarrell Hardin, Jalicah Burgess, Chauncy Fulton, Colton Weigel, and Wesley Andrews, who received their diplomas at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, May 18. A reception followed at Choices Educational Center. You can see pictures from the event here.mid_year_grads__05.18.09-9835.jpg
Preparing for the Adult World: Judge Sanderson Speaks to Students

McCracken County Family Court Judge Cynthia Sanderson met with Choices students on April 22 to discuss the topic "Preparing for the Adult World", which focused the legal responsibilities of adults.

The discussion was part of a series, "Skills For Entering the World of Work and Advanced Study", which was led by Olivia Burr and Jan Roberson.

Topics included:

  • How to apply for college at WKCTC.
  • Planning for the future.
  • Making use of Vocational Rehabilitation as a resource after high school.judge_judy_sanderson_04.22.09-7307.jpg


Mid Year Grads Receive Diplomas
Congratulations to Michael Allen, Soniqua Burns, Jonesha Harmon, Dorion Shumpert, and James Stubblefield, who received their diplomas at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, April 20.  A reception followed at Choices Educational Center.  You can see pictures from the event here
Choices Mid-Year Graduates Receive Diplomas
Choices students Jamier Rouse and Johnathan Braima received their diplomas at the Board meeting on October 20.  Congratulations!choices_grads_1_of_2.jpgchoices_grads_2_of_2.jpg Additional photos can be seen at  
Silver Lining: Volunteers Assist Choices Move
Choices Educational Center was recently forced to move to the former Cooper- Whiteside Elementary school after a storm came through while the roof at Forest Hills was being repaired and caused extensive water damage. An already difficult situation was compounded by the timing of the misfortune. The storm struck June 25, just a bit more than a month before schools were to open on. By the time the move was finalized, it was a matter of weeks before schools were set to open. 07.28.08_231web.jpg07.28.08_232web.jpg07.28.08_240web.jpg
Mid Year Graduates Honored
Mid Year Graduates Jakari Garnett and Cocoa Prather were recognized at the May 19 meeting of the Board of Education.  Congratulations!
Jakari Garnett and Cocoa Prather
Paducah Tilghman Student Takes Top Prize In Essay Contest
Sophomore Britley Noonan received the first place prize of $250 for her essay titled “Educating About HIV/AIDS in Kentucky” at Kentucky Department for Public Health’s eighth annual African-American and Hispanic/Latino Youth Conference on HIV/AIDS. The conference was held April 26 at the University of Kentucky, where Ms. Noonan presented her essay during the conference.britley_noonan_web.jpg
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