Career Based Intervention/CBI



CBI is a program for students at risk for graduation. Through cooperation with the CBI coordinator and the student's employer, students attend classes for part of the day and then are excused to go to their paid workstations for a required minimum of fifteen hours per week. Students receive credit for both classroom time and time spent on the job. Emphasis is on graduation and becoming productive citizens through instruction and application of employ ability, occupational, and academic skills. Program instruction, work experience, and service learning projects are designed to change students’ habits and attitudes and develop the motivation to succeed. All academic courses are designed to assist the students with passing the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT).