Advanced Opportunities

Advanced Opportunities provide state aid for students to accelerate though their K-12 education and provide support to earn college credit in high school.


button 8 in 6 Program

Students in grades 7 - 12 can be reimbursed for middle and high school overload courses. Students would then have opportunities to become Early Completers or qualify for the Mastery Advancement Program scholarship in high school.

Students may be reimbursed for up to:

  • $225 per course
  • 4 courses per year
  • 8 courses over the lifetime of the student

Overload courses must be in addition to the studentís normal school day.

It is critical to contact your school counselor and discuss how 8 in 6 courses will affect the studentís schedule in future years.

8 in 6 Program FAQs »


button Fast Forward Program

All juniors and seniors attending public high school in Idaho are eligible for state aid  to pay for dual credit courses and college bearing/professional technical exams.

Students may be reimbursed for up to:

  • 3 dual credits for juniors or the financial equivalent of $195 for exams
  • 6 dual credits for seniors or the financial equivalent of $390 for exams

Fast Forward Program FAQs »


button Early Completers Program

Students who have completed state graduation requirements* early, may use state aid to pay for dual credit courses and college-bearing/professional technical exams while still in high school.

Students may be reimbursed for up to:

  • 18 dual credits per semester or 12 dual credits per trimester
  • $75 per credit
  • 6 exams per semester or 4 exams per trimester
  • $90 per exam

Early Completers Program FAQs »


button Mastery Advancement Program

Students, who graduate from high school at least one year early, are eligible for a scholarship equal to 35% of their Average Daily Attendance allocation to an Idaho, public, post-secondary institution of their choice.

This equates to roughly $1,400 for every year early that the student graduates.

* Eligibility requirement excludes senior project, and senior math.

Mastery Advancement Program FAQs »


 

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