About 30 percent of students who graduate from Sheridan High School don't go on to college right after high school. SHS Principal Dirlene Wheeler says that post-secondary education doesn't always mean classes at a four-year college.
Vocational classes are available for students that may not including Woodworking, Agricultural classes and CADD. Also there are concurrent enrollment classes with Sheridan College that prepare students for the workforce.
Also, Special Education is a large part of high school for some students, Wheeler said one student recently graduated who had worked with help from Special Education teachers until age 21 to earn a diploma.