Alternative High School
Achieve is an academic and emotional support program for students in grades 9 to 12 who have been, or are at risk of, underperforming academically, or would benefit from additional structure and support during their school day.
Students take part in all core academics, including the opportunity to attend mainstream classes, and enroll in college courses through the Dual Enrollment Program. Additional academic and emotional supports are available throughout the day, including twice-daily school meetings.
The goal is to improve academic performance and social well-being by addressing the individual needs of students through support, intervention, and feedback from staff and peers.
Alliance is a voluntary program for students in grades 9 to 12 who have underperformed, or have been identified as at-risk of underperformance, in the mainstream due to any number of factors, including, but not limited to:
- Behavioral issues
- Difficulty accessing the curriculum
Alliance is an Early College High School, which allows qualified students to concurrently earn high school and college credits through the Dual Enrollment Program. Students also have the opportunity to earn privileges and are held accountable through the Level System and peer feedback in twice daily school meetings.
One of the goals of the program is that students internalize positive behaviors, such as responsibility, time-management, and independence, as they prepare to transition to college, trade schools, the military or careers.
Compass is an academic support program for mainstream students in grades 9 to 12 who require additional academic, social, emotional and/or behavioral support in a structured environment.
Students in Compass follow rigorous mainstream schedules with at least one period of support in the program, in lieu of Learning Center, to receive academic support and address their individual needs.
The program guides students reach their full potential in their mainstream courses by:
- Establishing routines
- Developing strategies
- Fostering positive relationships with increased independence
PMI is a program from students in grades 9 to 12 who are unable to attend school during the traditional school day. PMI offers students a chance to gain or recover credits beyond what is offered during the traditional school day.
Many of the students in the program suffer from social anxiety or other medical ailments that make it difficult or impossible for them to attend a traditional seven-hour school day. Students have the opportunity to earn additional credits for employment, and, when appropriate, are eligible to participate in Dual Enrollment courses.
While the primary goal of PMI is to provide the students who cannot otherwise attend school a way to earn credits toward their diploma, it has also been used by students for credit recovery in addition to their daily school schedule.