Mentorship is an accelerated, individualized program for students who want to learn a new skill, develop an interest, or explore a career field under the supervision of a professional in the community. Mentorship is a learning experience outside of the normal classroom, which in some cases may lead to a future career choice. Mentorship is an honors credit course that provides challenge beyond the traditional high school curriculum. A mentorship requires commitment of a minimum of 60 hours with the mentor. The student must fulfill all of the responsibilities of the mentorship as outlined by the Gifted and Talented Department.
All mentorships will be handled on an individual basis and are coordinated from inception to completion by the Gifted and Talented Department. The student must exhibit maturity, responsibility, and the willingness to commit to the expectations of the mentor and the Gifted and Talented Department.