Alternative Learning Center
The Alternative Learning Center (ALC) is designed to provide at-risk students an alternative to the traditional high school setting. The ALC primarily offers course opportunities in the core content areas. Project based learning design principles are utilized to engage students that have struggled to find success at their home school. There are independent learning opportunities available for students to help them recover credits and get back on track with their graduation plans.
Here are some of the many examples of our students engaged in the learning process!
Building our school chicken coop.
Learning 1920’s dance moves!
Serving food for our Holiday Feast.
Examining a cutting board for scratches before applying finish.
Mr. Santiago talking with our students before the Holiday Feast.
Helping those in need in our community with yard work.
Students must be identified as at-risk of dropping out of school. Students must also be in 11th or 12th grade and be referred by the administrative team at the home school.