Founded in 1926, Wooster School has a long history of putting students and their learning at the center of all that they do. As a member of the Mastery Transcript Consortium, Wooster is among a number of forward-thinking schools collaborating to create a high school transcript that reflects the unique skills, strengths, and interests of each learner. Committed to making learning personal, meaningful, visible, and fun, Wooster is partnering with Learner-Centered Collaborative and is using the Altitude Learning platform to facilitate their continued progress towards more learner-centered, competency-based education. Christopher Priedemann, a high school chemistry teacher at Wooster known as “Mr. P,” is using Altitude Learning to support a competency-based classroom using Next Generation Science Standards, New York State Science standards, and Character Lab strengths. He wanted a solution for building learning pathways, tracking student progress, and providing meaningful feedback in an efficient manner.