Open doors program

Open Doors GED Program

The Open Doors Re-Engagement Program through Battle Ground Public Schools provides educational services to older youth, ages 16-21, who have dropped out of school or are not expected to graduate from high school by the age of 21.

Mission Statement

The mission of Open Doors is to support disengaged students by developing positive relationships that foster education, empowerment, and a plan for employment.

Open Doors GED program

Who is eligible for Battle Ground Public Schools Open Doors?

  • Students who are credit deficient and are motivated to earn a GED
  • Students who are at least 16 (but younger than 21 by Sept. 1 of the current school year)
  • Students who live within Battle Ground Public Schools’ boundaries


Why Open Doors?

Battle Ground Public Schools Open Doors Program provides:

  • Flexible scheduling and learning plans
  • Personalized support from knowledgeable staff
  • Effective GED preparation using the Aztec learning platform
  • Personalized blend of in-person and independent work
  • Flexible scheduling for GED exams at Clark College or from home, provided students qualify
  • Access to help from the Family and Community Resource Center
  • Access to Battle Ground Public Schools Cascadia Tech Academy and Running Start
  • Extra support at the SVHS Homework Cafe tutoring center
  • Option to earn credit on transcript after earning qualifying scores on GED subject tests


Student Expectations

Battle Ground Public Schools Open Doors students are expected to:

  • Attend weekly in-person sessions for at least one hour
  • Work independently for 12 hours per week
  • Demonstrate progress quarterly

Our dedicated, professional, and caring team provides support as students work to achieve their academic and personal goals. Open Doors is committed to equity and access to education for all eligible students.


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Brush Prairie, WA 98606

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Battle Ground, WA 98604

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