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Compassionately Connected, Joyfully Engaged, Always Learning

GOAL Alternative Education Program


photo of Rebecca Saiff
Rebecca Saiff

875 Ridge Road
Webster, NY 14580

Main Office: (585) 670-5265 
Attendance: (585) 670-5265 




GOAL Student of the Week

Dayshaun W.

C.A.R.E. Quality nominated for:


“ I demonstrate time management by balancing work and play for today and tomorrow. 

I demonstrate self management by knowing myself and all the different things I can do to be my best.”

Although he didn’t want to, Dayshaun stayed after school earlier this week to get caught up on overdue assignments.  Dayshaun was able to get completely caught up! Dayshaun’s attendance should also be commended - he is present in school more often than not and participates well in class activities.

What is GOAL?

GOAL or Growth and Opportunity through Alternative Learning is Webster Central School District's alternative high school program for grades 9-12.

GOAL enrolls students from both Thomas High School and Schroeder High School, but is housed in the northwest wing of Webster Schroeder High School.  

GOAL supports students academically, social emotionally and behaviorally to enable them to earn their NYS Regents Diploma.  

The GOAL program helps students who were not successfully able to navigate and achieve in the mainstream high school setting to earn their high school diploma as well as develop college, career and community readiness.  

In the GOAL program you will find staff and students who are truly "Compassionately Connected, Joyfully Engaged and Always Learning."

GOAL artwork with student names
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