Reeshof College - bij Station Reeshof - Tilburg

Reeshof College

Het Reeshof College is een vmbo-school met een wijze van lesgeven waarin praktische leerstijl,
uitgestelde keuze, brede beroepenoriëntatie en loopbaanbegeleiding belangrijke elementen zijn.
Leerlingen in het voortgezet onderwijs moeten vaak erg vroeg kiezen welke opleiding zij na het vmbo gaan volgen.
Op het Reeshof College kunnen leerlingen dat keuzemoment tot halverwege het derde leerjaar uitstellen.
Leerlingen krijgen degelijk onderwijs in algemene vakken en leergebieden.
Daarnaast maken zij breed kennis met de verschillende richtingen waaruit zij later kunnen kiezen.

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