Pathways Innovation Center (P.I.C.)
Pathways Innovation Center (P.I.C.) is an extension of Natrona County’s high school system. Pathways courses of study include college–preparatory curriculum, industry certifications, portfolio development, and internships. P.I.C. offers advanced and professional coursework in the 11th and 12th grades which builds on introductory experiences. Experiences are aligned to student interests which fulfill community needs.
At P.I.C. students and teachers work together to meet Wyoming State Standards and Hathaway requirements. Students attain real world applications focusing on industry standards and college or career readiness. Sequences of courses are offered, starting with entry level courses at home schools, grades 9 and 10. Advanced level courses are offered for only 11th and 12th graders at PIC, resulting in industry certifications and or portfolio development. All students from each of the four high schools have the choice to attend their home school for a half day and the other half at PIC. PIC’s morning session features the intensive block schedule (Kelly Walsh model) and the afternoon session at PIC features the alternating block schedule (Natrona County High School model). Students can choose either, depending on individual student needs. Natrona County School District is excited about providing 21st century learning opportunities for all students.
Phone: (307) 253-1451
Assistant Principal: Lucas Dow
Office Manager: Jennifer Pickering
Address: 3000 Independence Ct., Casper 82604
Check out the Following Opportunities/Certifications at P.I.C.