Transitions Learning Center

2000 Casper St.
Casper, Wyoming 82604
Phone: (307) 253-4350
Fax: (307) 253-4321

Hours: 8-3:20 M,T,Th,F | 8:45-2:30 W
Grades: 10-12
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School Description:

Transitions Learning Center provides support to struggling and transitioning students and their educational team. Through effective partnerships, Transitions put students on the path to academic, personal and career success. Transitions is committed to reaching this goal one student at a time.

Mission Statement:
Providing a safe alternative environment for learning, accountability, and success through positive partnerships.

Transitions will be a program energized by committed staff and students who are ready to successfully utilize alternative education as a means to graduate. Participants will fully engage with academic, personal, and professional resources to become graduates prepared for their next step.

Collective Commitments:
In order to reach our vision, it is imperative that all staff are committed to healthy relationship-building, executing a curriculum that is rigorous, and placing value with relevancy in learning. These three commitments will be exercised with fidelity and integrity. In addition, the systems approach to continuous improvement will be consistently implemented throughout the program, by identifying strategic learning goals, as well as identified strategic learning results. We will us this data to drive our work and publicly display our progress.


Principal: Chris Bolender
(307) 253-4350


Transitions Learning Center encourages parents and families to come to our facility and be involved in their students' educational journey. Feel free to speak with us about any concerns you may have. At Transitions Learning Center, our door is always open!

Transitions Learning Center offers a variety of core and elective classes as well as virtual classes through Wyoming e-Academy of Virtual Education and k12. Students can earn 0.5 Carnegie Unit of Credit for every 60 hours of successful participation. Attendance is essential in all Transitions classes.

Transitions Learning Center students participate in physical education and athletics at their home school.

Transitions core classroom curriculum meets the needs of students, by offering classes in math, history and language arts.

Elective programs are offered in Core Construction, ProStart and Work Experience.

Core Construction introduces high school students to various hands-on career possibilities in the construction industry. Students can earn 0.5 elective credit for every 60 hours of successful participation. An articulation agreement with Casper College affords students an opportunity to receive college credit.

ProStart is a Transitions program in Culunary Arts that introduces high school students to careers in the restaurant and food service industry. On-the-job training and experience, coupled with a dynamic and comprehensive curriculum designed by the National Restaurant Education Association, fuel the ProStart program. Students can earn 0.5 elective credit for every 60 hours of successful participation.

Work Experience class offers, resume writing, work ethics, team building, career exploration and planning for the future. Students can earn 0.5 elective credit for every 180 hours of approved work by attending short classes and working.

Links to this year's schedule and session calendar should be posted tomorrow. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The regular school day M, T, Th, and F is 8 A.M.-3:20 P.M. and 8:45 A.M.-2:30 P.M. on Wednesdays.

Transitions Learning Center students participate in activities at their home school.

Students must be enrolled at one of the secondary schools in the district to participate in Transitions.
If a student is new to the district, Transitions staff will assist with the enrollment process.
There is an intake process for acceptance into the Transitions program, and space is limited. For more information, please call 253-4350.

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