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).

Academic Credit for Out-of-Classroom Learning

Competency-based Credit

Competency-based credit is awarded solely on the basis of meeting a preset level of proficiency on a set of standards; how much time the student took to meet the standard is immaterial. Students can earn competency-based credit without the benefit of a classroom experience by demonstrating proficiency on knowledge acquired outside of a classroom setting.

The credentials an instructor holds is not a determining factor in whether or not a student can earn high school credit in a particular subject area. The award of credit is based on the learning standards addressed. If the district determines the learning meets high school learning standards, then the district may award high school credit in the amount and in the subjects that the district deems appropriate according to the depth and breadth of learning.

Academic Credit for Community Service

School districts are required to adopt a policy that is supportive of community service and provides an incentive, such as recognition or credit, for students who participate in community service.

To find out when Learn Everywhere programs may become available in your state, please complete the below form.