Bridges Evening Program


Classes for Wednesday January 29, 2014 are in session.

Monday - Thursday 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Friday 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Almond Campus - B1 Entry (South Entrance)






The Bridges Evening Program is designed to provide a comprehensive alternative program for students to improve their academic achievement such that they are able to satisfy graduation requirements and earn a Warren diploma.  Equally important the Bridges program will provide instruction, modeling, and mentoring on career and life skills that will facilitate the students being able to successfully “bridge” to the world of adult or post secondary education or the world of work. 

Initial "Success" Meeting

An initial “Success” meeting with the Bridges Evening Guidance Counselor must take place for all students and their parent/guardian after the student has been referred to the program.  All Bridges Evening Program documentation including a Student Success Plan must be complete before students can begin classes.


Any member of the building Student Service Team, Administrator or parent, may refer a student to the Bridges Evening Program.  The District’s admission criterion is non-discriminatory in that any student regardless of race ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or special education status will be considered for admission.  There are two limiting criteria that apply universally.  Students must be 16 years of age and entering their 5th semester of high school. 

Registration Fees

Students meet all registration requirements including district residency requirements and applicable registration and/or course fees. 


Students must maintain residency within the WTHS district boundaries.

Hours and Location

The Bridges Evening Program is housed at the Almond Road Campus and follows the same school calendar as day school.  Students attend classes Monday-Thursday from 5:00-9:00 p.m. and Friday – 4:00-7:00 p.m.

 Student/Parent Handbook

All school rules apply as stated in the 2013-2014 Student-Parent Handbook.  Click here to view the WTHS Student-Parent Handbook.

 Graduation Requirements

All WTHS Graduation Requirements Apply. All students that complete graduation requirements will receive a WTHS Diploma.  All students must take the PSAE exam in order to satisfy the PSAE diploma requirement.  Click here to view the WTHS curriculum guide.


The curriculum that will be used is the District Approved curriculum. 

 Support Services

The specific support services that are required for each student attending the Bridges Evening Program will be identified in the Student’s Success Plan.  The options for these support services include:  individual and group counseling; assistance with obtaining employment including job searching, resume writing, mock interviewing, individual academic tutoring; assistance with obtaining community based mental health, substance abuse and/or child care services; assistance with securing post secondary financial aid; and assistance with the post secondary application process.  The services described above are available to students five days a week.  The specific schedule is variable depending upon the needs of the students.  Since the Bridges program operates in the evening, students who are receiving other services through the school district will be able to access these services during the school day.  District transportation will be available for students to access these services.  Every effort will be made to schedule appointments so as not to conflict with work, child care or other schedules.  


Bridges 2014 Summer School Program

The Bridges Evening Program is offering a summer school program at the Almond Road Campus and follows the same summer school calendar as day school.  Students enrolled in the Bridges Program only can attend classes Monday-Thursday from 1:30-4:30 p.m. and are enrolled in our on-line A+ program.  The six week session will run from June 9, 2014 - July 17, 2014.  Current Bridges students interested in taking advantage of this program are encouraged to communicate with their Bridges counselor.  Enrollment is limited and priority will be given to those students who can complete their 2014 diploma requirements by the July 17, 2014 deadline. 



To Schedule a Bridges Evening Program “Success” Appointment, please contact:


Last Names A – L:  Dan Heupel – 847-599-4676

Last Name M – Z:  Jayson Paulus – 847-548-6955

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Warren Township High School, District 121, Gurnee, Illinois 847.662.1400