MidTown Center

MidTown Center has two different programs. During the daytime, MidTown offers a smaller learning opportunity for current high school students, designed to help students achieve. In the evening the Adult Learning Program at MidTown Center offers adults the opportunity to finish their high school diploma.

Daytime High School Program

The mission of MidTown Center is to provide real-world, relevant learning in a safe, smaller setting that is conducive for all students to achieve. We will empower students to work on a self-paced curriculum and earn credits in a competency-based program. Credits are earned when a student progresses through a course and are not based on seat time. Through this process, we strive to develop the whole student including citizenship, resiliency, character and college/career readiness. Social skills, employability skills, service learning opportunities, career exploration, and teen issues will also be emphasized to help with life’s issues that currently interfere with their education.

Many students may come for different reasons including: 

  • One or more years behind age group in number of high school credits  

  • Two or more years behind age group peers in academic achievement levels (math, reading, writing) 

  • Habitually truant 

  • Family problems/crisis situations 

  • Social/emotional/medical concerns 

  • Disciplinary or behavioral concerns

The Process

  1.  Referral from HHS Administration
  2. Necessary paperwork completed and turned in

  3. Parent/guardian and student attend orientation meeting

Adult Evening Program

Adult students will be able to work at their own pace. All classes are available to students at no cost. The center will be open from 4-7 pm Monday through Thursday and will provide some flexibility for adult schedules. About The Program

The Adult Learning Program at MidTown Center will offer adults the opportunity to finish their high school diploma. Adult students will be able to work at their own pace. All classes are available to students at no cost. The center will be open from 4-7 pm Monday through Thursday and will provide some flexibility for adult schedules.

The Process

  1. Contact David Patterson or Kevin Stucky via email or phone
  2. Complete necessary paperwork
  3. Attend initial orientation and academic planning session and get started

It’s Never Too Late To Start

We’re here for you. No fees. Enroll anytime.

The Adult Learning Program at MidTown Center is for adults who want to succeed in attaining an accredited high school diploma. Our licensed staff will work with you one-on-one to build a plan for attaining your diploma. There is no charge for our classes, and you can enroll anytime. Our staff can answer your questions and help you develop a plan for success! We will empower students to work on a self-paced curriculum and earn credits in a competency-based program. Credits are earned when a student progresses through a course and are not based on seat time.

Who May Enroll?

Classes are open to all adults. Residents of other districts are welcome. There are no additional fees for out-of-district students.

What Is Needed?

We will look at your current credit situation and develop a plan with you for your success! The following will help us develop the right planyou’re your success: · Official current high school transcript(s) showing documentation of credits · Student desire to attain a high school diploma and complete required courses

Why MidTown?

Some things unique to MidTown Center include, but are not limited to the following:

  • A MidTown Academic Independent Plan of Study is developed for each student and focuses on the attainment of a Hutchinson High School diploma
  • No registration/tuition fees
  • Competency-based curriculum allows you complete classes and earn credits at your own pace
  • Classes available at no cost to you
  • Small student/teacher ratio
  • Students may complete a portion of classwork on their own time
  • Certified teaching staff
  • We succeed when you succeed

Contact Us:

Address: 200 East Sherman Hutchinson, KS 67501

Phone: 620-615-4727 or 620-615-4955

Email David Patterson or Kevin Stucky using the online form here.