High School registered apprenticeship programs combine work-based, on-the-job learning with relevant technical education in the classroom. Students who participate in these programs graduate with • high school diploma • college credits • paid employment experience • training by industry-qualified mentors • national industry credentials • start on a career path that continues after high school graduation HS registered apprenticeships benefit businesses as well, by providing a fresh source of talent developed from within their community.
You can easily get the essential skills and experience you need for your future career through a registered apprenticeship program. These programs combine your current high school curriculum with critical on-the-job training from a local employer. As an apprentice, you will receive classroom education, technical skills training, and work experience while earning a paycheck. Upon completion, you will earn a portable credential that recognizes the dedication you put forth and the expertise you now have in a particular career field without student debt.
Only Program of Its Kind
in the Illinois Quad Cities Moline High School, in conjunction with Black Hawk College, the Department of Labor, and a council of local manufacturing industry companies have created an opportunity for students to earn as they learn, gain certification and college credit, and invest their time in hands-on education and industry training that will prepare them for a bright future in the Quad Cities community.
The Mission of our school is to provide a safe and enriching learning environment where the whole student is nurtured and developed. Our teachers and administrators pledge to support the academic and emotional wellbeing of each and every student. Students will leave our school prepared with skills and knowledge that will give them advantages throughout their future educational and life experiences. Our rigorous standards challenge all students to rise to their full potential and become the best global citizens they can be.