Unfortunately, a Learn Everywhere program is not available in your state.
Your state does have some limited options available for earning credit from out-of-classroom learning.
Unlike Learn Everywhere policies that allow for approved program providers to offer course credit, the programs listed below require the student to submit an application and complete specific program requirements. Students will need to contact their school district administrator in order to take advantage of this program(s).
Student driven initiatives for earning high school credit for out-of-classroom learning:
Credit Flexibility Program
Students can earn credit for demonstration of proficiency and subject area competency pursuant to local board adopted policy on educational options. The student drives the request as well as the plan to earn the credit. A “Personalized Learning Experience” can include work-based learning experiences, internships and cooperative education.
Am I eligible?
Secondary school students may participate.
How do I get credit?
Students create individualized learning plans for earning high school credit through out-of- school pursuits. Student should work with their local school district to earn credit.
To find out when Learn Everywhere programs may become available in your state, please complete the below form.