Urban Pathways 6-12 Charter school is excited to participate with the Y Achievers program, as it launches this year in Pittsburgh. Our 7th grade students will have the opportunity to take part in extracurricular team mentorship and workshop activities, designed to give youth the tools they need to succeed in college and beyond.
Middle School and High school audiences listened to presentations from Reaching New Dreams & Recognizing Talent on Wednesday. Students witnessed testimony to making positive choices from young adults who had been through familiar struggles.
Urban Pathways Charter 6-12 School will offer a free 3-week financial planning workshop to help students and parents learn more about aid to pay for college. The workshop will be held Wednesday’s November 1, 8, and 15 from 5:30-7:30 in the school library.
September is National Literacy Month, with the final week, September 24-30 being Banned Books Week. Many of the books people cherish have been challenged in different places.
Sixth grade students did a science experiment with slime, studying polymers and practicing the scientific method.
Welcome back to school! Come enjoy new student artwork and hear the Sounds of Steel.
The PBIS team invited UP Graduates back to speak with our juniors and seniors about how high school prepared them for college
Learning Partnership Meetings will be held on September 22nd from noon to 5. Schedule your meeting with your child's mentor (pathways teacher). You and your child will review your child's assignments to date, attendance and discipline information at this meeting with your child's mentor.
Next Board Meeting
The Comprehensive Plan for Urban Pathways 6-12 Charter School is available for review.
Comments and questions can be emailed to Dr. David Martin, Director of Education at firstname.lastname@example.org