The After Dark Program offers a GLTS technical education to local high school students!
Sophomores who attend Lawrence High School, Phoenix Academy, or Andover High may apply for The After Dark Program, if accepted, students will start this program their junior year. Students will continue to attend academic classes at their schools, then attend GLTS for their vocational technical education. Upon graduation, students will earn a high school diploma from their high school(s) and a vocational technical certificate from GLTS that qualifies them for in-demand, career pathway jobs in high-growth industries.
Four Career Technical Education programs are available to After Dark Program students:
- Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning / Refrigeration (HVAC/R)
- Welding and Metal Fabrication
- Machine Tool Technology
- Automotive Services Technology
Learn more about the After Dark Program here.
Interested in knowing more about GLTS? Visit our Virtual Open House! Click on the Career and Technical Areas tab to find general overviews of the four technical programs available also for the After Dark Program. Want to hear from GLTS graduates? Click the Admissions tab on the Virtual Open House webiste and scroll down to “A few words from our alums.”
IMPORTANT ADMISSIONS DATES FOR THE AFTER DARK PROGRAM
Priority Deadline for After Dark Applications: May 15, 2021
Decision letters to be sent by mid-June 2021
How to Apply
Click here to go to the online application. Start a new application and follow the prompts. In the “Student Section” of the application, you will see, “Applying For," select the After Dark option. When asked, "What is your sending school?" be sure to click After Dark - Lawrence High, After Dark - Phoenix Academy, or After Dark - Andover High.Along with the application, students will need to submit transcript of grades, and both an attendance and discipline report from their high school.
Preference will be given to students who are on target to graduate, who have 14 or fewer absences in a year, no excessive tardies or discipline issues, and have a genuine interest in pursuing a technical education.