D-C Area Learning Center Enrollment

Eligibility

The ALC is available to students who:
  • perform substantially below performance level,
  • or are at least one year behind in grade level
  • or course work toward graduation,
  • or are pregnant or a parent,
  • or are assessed as chemically dependent,
  • or have been victims of physical or sexual abuse,
  • or have experienced mental health problems,
  • or have experienced homelessness any time within the past six months,
  • or have limited English proficiency
  • or speak English as a second language,
  • or have been excluded or expelled from high school,
  • or have been referred by a school district for enrollment in an eligible nontraditional program,
  • or have a two year gap since failing a course,
  • or are seniors who are short credit(s) for graduation
 
In order to enroll a student must have verification from their district that they qualify in at least one of the areas required by the state.
 
Students who wish to enroll in the ALC should contact their high school counselor or call and set up an appointment to meet with ALC staff to determine an appropriate and meaningful learning plan.