The numbers don’t lie: College-prep charter school Alpine Academy has an exceptional graduation rate. Not only that, but more than 40 percent of its most recent graduating class earned an advanced diploma and received a Millenium Scholarship.
Alpine Academy’s high school students are challenged, and they love to learn. The school is free, and is now enrolling for the fall of 2019.
“Students can take college courses free of charge,” said Principal Jill Ross. “Alpine Academy inspires students to think critically and communicate effectively.”
High-school-age students can earn an associate’s degree while enrolled in the charter school, and students can still participate in sports at their zoned schools.
Alpine Academy boasts high graduation rates, smaller class sizes, passionate teachers, and a career and college-prep curriculum.
Here is one parent’s take on Alpine Academy:
“Thank you for the last three years, your school has been our lifesaver. Colby has flourished at Alpine, and thanks to your staff, he is headed to college with the tools he needs to succeed. Continue your amazing work, you’re changing lives and making a difference.”
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