Alternative educational opportunities
Kansas may allow for students to earn credit for their outside-the-classroom learning.
Am I eligible?
Students who are enrolled in grades 6 through 12 are eligible.
What is an alternative learning opportunity?
Any program outside of the traditional classroom that has educational value. Some examples include: internships, apprenticeships, athletic programming, theatre or music classes, language classes and so much more!
Who can offer alternative learning opportunities?
Approved sponsoring entities such as a business, not-for-profit organization, nonprofit organization, trade association, parent of a student, teacher or administrator that partners with a school district to provide an alternative educational opportunity to students.
How do I find an alternative learning opportunity?
Students should speak to their school district.