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The Online Pathway to Graduation (OPTG) is a school-year-long program that enables current and former Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) students who have completed at least one year of high school to meet some of the academic requirements for a Maryland high school diploma. OPTG instruction is delivered in online format. In addition, a teacher who monitors participant progress and facilitates individual instruction when needed. All diagnostic and unit tests will be proctored at one of the support centers.
Participants progress through their courses, completing assignments and taking assessments to demonstrate mastery of course objectives. As participants successfully complete each course, credit is awarded, thus progressing the participant toward the goal of earning a high school diploma. Participants are responsible for completing all Maryland and MCPS graduation requirements, including High School Assessments and student service learning requirements.
Eligible participants must meet all of the following requirements:
Private school students and students who have never attended an MCPS high school are not eligible to participate in this program.
The cost of the program is $300 for students not enrolled in an MCPS high school. MCPS students who are currently enrolled in an MCPS high school do not need to pay tuition.
The advantages include:
Meet with your counselor to discuss OPTG program requirements and eligibility. Complete the online registration form with your counselor.
You can find out more about the OPTG program by:
* Courses that can only be taken to replace a failing grade or for the purpose of grade improvement.
Support center information coming soon.
Brian Beaubien, Supervisor240-740-4042
Cynthia Cunningham, Registrar240-740-3945