Alternative Education

  • There are many opportunities for students who are having difficulty being successful on the high school campus. Please see the counselor to discuss resources and alternatives.

AIM High School

  • AIM High School is the district-run alternative high school.  Students may take courses during one of three shifts, shift will be determined by the AIM High School administrative team. In addition, students may still take advantage of other district programs such as Sno-Isle Skills Center and Running Start. To view AIM High School's website, click here.

APEX Online Courses

  • APEX courses are approved by the district for credit accrual. Courses may be taken in place of or in addition to the regular school day.  In some cases, the family will be required to pay the tuition. Students must also be able to access a computer which is capable of running the APEX program. To see if your computer is compatible, click here and run the System Check-Up.

    It is suggested that only students who are self-motivated attempt these courses as they are similar in academic rigor to those taken on the high school campus but with little support from district personnel.  For more information, contact the school counselor or visit the district's site.

Parent Partnership Program

  • Parent Partnership Program is a program that offers enrichment courses and some core coursework in cooperation with the home school program through Christ the King Lutheran Church.  Students who wish to earn a district high school diploma must meet diploma requirements and be enrolled at the high school at least four periods during their senior year. For more information, visit the Parent Partnership Program website.