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High School

At the high school level, we offer a variety of options, so that we can serve students and families, no matter what their goals, interests, and needs may be.

Students are taught the majority of their coursework by a parent or guardian, with support and guidance from Chatham's correspondence program teachers and staff. Students are given a curricular allotment to pay for academic materials and services.

Often, by high school, students' coursework is beyond what a parent feels they can teach well. Don't worry! There are so many virtual school options at the high school level, so that students may work with coursework online supported by a teacher, and the parent acts as the in-person learning coach.

Some of the options available include:

  • Culturally-relevant, place-based courses specifically designed for Alaskan students

  • Credit recovery courses that go at a student's needed pace

  • Academically rigorous courses with classmates from around the world

  • Advanced Placement Courses through the National Math and Science Initiative

  • Dual Enrollment Courses through the University of Alaska

Students may also mix and match, taking some classes virtually, and others taught by a parent.

Please don't hesitate to reach out to our staff! We love to learn more about your child's unique needs and interests, so that we may create the best education plan for your child.

For more information or to register contact: