How do I know if the Passport program is for me?
- You are 16 years of age or older
- You do not have a high school credential (diploma, GED, or Hi-SET)
- You are ready to commit and finish what you start
Restore Education’s Passport to College program is now accepting qualified students who are ready to get started today.
Education is Key–Unlock Your Potential
Here’s What Passport Offers You:
Passport to a Brighter Future
In San Antonio, 1 in 4 adults is without a High School Diploma or it’s equivalency, yet by 2020, 65% of all Texas jobs will require some post high school education. Passport to College offers a unique pathway to help high school dropouts reconnect with education and prepare for in-demand careers. The reasons our students left high school vary, but one thing they all have in common is a desire to learn. The average student completes our program in 18 months, and on average earnings increase by $10,000 per year upon program completion.
Other Programs of Interest
Focus on What Comes Next: Get Ready for College or Enroll in Workforce Training Certification While Earning Your HSE!
Get Ready For College
Did you know a college graduate can earn $1,000,000 more in their lifetime than a high school dropout? Learn how to pass your entrance exams, select programs of study, complete a college application, and apply for financial aid.
Get Workforce Training
Jump start your career. Earn an industry recognized certification in an in-demand field. Restore Education offers on-site certificates in Administrative Assistant, Entrepreneurship, Certified Nurse’s Assistant, Hospitality Management, and more.
Help Young Adults
Reach Their Potential
Generous volunteers and donors are at the heart of all we do. Your gift of time, financial support, or both, puts at-risk students on a pathway to a life-sustaining career. Please consider partnering with us to ensure that at-risk students who turn to Restore Education will have access to the education they need to reach their full potential. Together, we can create brighter futures for our students, their families, and our community.